A recently released telemedicine report is good news to people still concerned about contracting COVID-19. According to the data, remote COVID-19 diagnoses were down measurably during the late summer (2022) months. Only the Northeast region didn’t see a decline. Caseloads there remained fairly steady while they fell in the South, West, and Midwest.
The report in question does not account for COVID-19 cases diagnosed via in-person visits. Chances are that the numbers would be similar. As time goes on, fewer cases are being diagnosed across the board. As for telemedicine, it has served its purpose well over the last two years. Let’s hope that patients and doctors alike keep using it.
Remote Visits Do Their Job
The fact that COVID-19 can be diagnosed through a virtual visit is proof that remote visits actually do the job they are intended to do. As San Antonio’s CSI Health (https://csihealth.net/) explains, …