About 60 per cent of healthcare visits in Canada are now conducted virtually, a jump from the 10 to 20 per cent pre-pandemic.
Beyond the pandemic, we need to ensure virtual medicine remains a permanent fixture of health care system
A program piloted in western P.E.I. offering virtual health care for people at home without a primary provider is being expanded.
St. Joe's Hamilton says its virtual emergency department – partially launched during the coronavirus pandemic – is here to stay.
The adoption of virtual care caused by the pandemic has observers extolling the value of online patient-provider consultations.
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Quebecers are using telemedicine services to consult with general practitioners and medical specialists during the coronavirus pandemic.
As a physician, I’ve seen more technological progress in health care in the past eight weeks than I have in the past eight years.
Ontario Health and the OMA are assessing permanent adoption of the temporary virtual care billing codes introduced in March.
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