Telehealth Provides the Opportunity for Personal Interaction Despite the Pandemic

Jennie Crews, MS, MMM, FACP explains how telehealth helps bridge the gap of the loss of a face-to-face connection during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing audio and video elements.
Video Library – January 6, 2021
Jennie Crews, MS, MMM, FACP
Medical and Administrative Director of SCCA Community Sites
Medical Director, SCCA Affiliate Network
Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Washington
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