Two translational research social scientists offer six practical solutions to follow.
Pre-COVID data on upper respiratory infection care shows direct-to-consumer telehealth visits more likely to lead to additional visits.
Severe COVID-19 risk in people over 50 offers chance to have discussions and complete documents to be used in case of difficult medical decisions.
Study of telehealth use for new-patient appointments shows trends in 2020 and comparison with 2019.
The “litmus test” screening methods provide reliable and inexpensive alternatives in patient care settings.