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OBGYN providers see a spike in telemedicine appointments for non-emergency cases (access required)

Doctors, insurance providers expect telehealth to be commonplace post-COVID

While women have not been able to visit their doctors for routine, preventative procedures and exams because of the COVID-19 outbreak, area health organizations have gotten creative in their efforts when it comes to continuing to provide necessary medical care. Elizabeth Bostock M.D., who works in the obstetrics and gynecology department at Rochester Regional Health, says ...

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