Nurse with ipadAs the phrase "new normal" fast becomes ubiquitous, every industry is determining what that looks like in their own space. In healthcare, it is no longer a question that virtual care will be a part of the post-pandemic standard of care, but instead who will pay for it, and how it will affect the patient-provider relationship. Plus, how COVID-19 is driving changes to the traditional model of maternity care. 

5/28/20, Fierce Healthcare: Primary care practices could close in a matter of 'weeks not months' without financial support

5/28/20, HRDive: Telehealth use grew 1.6 times since last summer, Blue Cross Blue Shield says

5/27/20, MobiHealthNews: COVID-19: The rise and rise of telemedicine

5/27/20, Health Leaders: Telehealth Expansion During Coronavirus Pandemic Changing Physician-Patient Relationship

5/26/20, Fierce Healthcare: Primary care clinicians say they need a financial lifeline

5/26/20, Commonwealth Fund: Maternity Care, Interrupted

5/25/20, Yahoo Finance: Insurers eye payment 'recalibration' as coronavirus fuels shift to telehealth, testing

5/22/20, Contemporary OBGYN: COVID-19 and pregnancy: Dr. Emily Miller

 

 

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