As Cole Eye Institute resumes regular appointments after the COVID-19 shutdown, virtual visits, hybrid visits and expedited appointments will protect patients and caregivers.
Cleveland Clinic has established an innovative home-based care model designed to prevent repeated hospitalizations and emergency department visits among high-risk patients.
Three top U.S. cardiovascular societies have issued advice on how to prioritize EP procedural care during the pandemic, keep providers and patients safe, and make the most of EP telemedicine.
Some practice adaptations developed during this pandemic will persist into a future of colorectal surgery that is more efficient and sensitive to patient preference.
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Seeing patients in person is still the gold standard, but during COVID-19 social distancing, ophthalmologists can do a great deal through telemedicine.
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