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Telemedicine and Burnout-How Enhancing Operational Support Can Improve Digital Health Tools.

Cancer Journal 2024 January
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there was an unprecedented growth in telemedicine due to the need to provide safe access to care during a global pandemic. The regulatory, compliance, and payment policy landscape favorably changed, paving the way for growth in utilization. Despite these favorable changes in the landscape, operational and technical burdens remained barriers to optimal use of telemedicine. Investments in operational processes and vendor selection can improve the patient and clinician experience in using telemedicine, so this digital tool can diminish burnout.

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