Kaiser Permanente research published in JAMA Internal Medicine shows patients participating in video visits with their primary care doctors benefited from having a medical assistant help connect the call.
A transition accelerated by a pandemic could permanently shift more care delivery to "patients’ turf."
Richard Isaacs, MD, FACS, shared his views on “video-first” medical care in a wide-ranging interview with Matthew Weinstock, managing editor of Modern Healthcare, for the publication’s “Check Up” video series.
Health care and physician leaders discuss how organizations ramp up telemedicine use during the coronavirus outbreak.
A study published in Annals of Internal Medicine found 9 out of 10 Kaiser Permanente members using primary care video visits were confident about the quality of care they received.