ICYMI: PAVC Visual Shows Telehealth Service Demand Remained High Once In-Person Care Returned
Data Shows Dually-Eligible and Disabled Beneficiaries Have Continued Demand For Virtual Care
Washington, D.C. – In case you missed it, the latest #TelehealthTuesday visual from the Partnership to Advance Virtual Care (PAVC) focuses on the continued demand for telehealth access by vulnerable beneficiary groups.
In the graphic, PAVC highlights that, “telehealth demand remained strong in 2020 among vulnerable beneficiary groups (dually-eligible and disabled beneficiaries), even as in-person care returned in the second half of the year.”
See this week’s visualization below and access PAVC’s #TelehealthTuesday page HERE.
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