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How Health Care In The U.S. May Change After COVID: An Optimist’s Outlook – NPR

Doctors meeting patients where they are. The use of technology in truly innovative ways. These are among the many positive changes brought by the pandemic, Dr….

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Many of the changes in health care that happened during the pandemic are likely here to stay, such as conferring with doctors online more frequently about medication and other treatments.
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With more than one-third of U.S. adults now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, there’s growing optimism on many fronts. A majority of states have either lifted health-related restrictions or have announced target dates for doing so.
Already, many clinicians and health policy experts are thinking…

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