The Doctor Will See You Now…Online

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The Doctor Will See You Now…Online

May 6, 2020

The Doctor Will See You Now…Online

As healthcare systems across the country focus on fighting the coronavirus pandemic, many have halted non-essential and non-emergency services. But plenty of people still need medical care for other reasons. What should you do if you need a doctor right now? For some, the answer lies in telemedicine. CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks to Dr. Gregory Esper, director of telemedicine at Emory University, about how technology is changing the way healthcare is delivered.

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