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Telehealth Visits have Lower Non-attendance than Traditional Orthopaedic Clinic Visits.

The use of telemedicine has rapidly expanded in the wake of the COVID pandemic, but its effect on patient attendance remains unknown for different clinicians. This study compared traditional in-clinic visits with telehealth visits by retrospectively reviewing all scheduled orthopaedic clinic visits. Results demonstrated lower rates of cancellations in patients scheduled for telehealth visits as compared to in-clinic visits, during the initial COVID pandemic. In general, physicians can expect a lower cancellation rate than non-physician practitioners.

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