Becker's Healthcare September 16, 2021
Jackie Drees

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, dermatology physician practices have turned to telehealth for conducting patient visits the most compared to other physician specialties, according to a recent American Medical Association analysis. 

For its latest Physician Practice Benchmark Survey, the AMA examined physicians’ use of telehealth between September 2018 and September 2020. 

Over that period, physicians’ use of virtual visits skyrocketed because of the pandemic. Seventy percent of...

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