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Survey: Medical practice visits and revenues remain down despite telehealth

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Declines in patient visits and revenues continue despite telehealth increase

The nation’s medical practices saw steep declines in patient visits and revenues at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, from which they had only partially recovered by late summer. That’s among the takeaways of an AMA survey of 3,500 physicians conducted in July through mid-August. More detailed results of the survey follow.

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