“Online” and “at-home” versus traditional models of health care: enhancing access or impeding optimal therapeutics?

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VOLUME 114, ISSUE 3, P476-482

Authors:

Raul Clavijo, M.D., Ranjith Ramasamy, M.D., Joshua Halpern, M.D., Alexis Melnick, M.D., Joshua Stewart, M.D., Zev Rosenwaks, M.D., and Robert Brannigan, M.D.

Abstract:

PRO: “Online” and “at home” health care enhances access to optimal therapeutics

CON: ‘‘Online’’ and ‘‘at home’’ health care impedes access to optimal therapeutics

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“Online” and “at home” health care enhances access to optimal therapeutics.
“Online” and “at home” health care impedes access to optimal therapeutics.
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