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The effect of virtual medical care on the standard of care and medical malpractice

Health-care professionals need to understand how to navigate this new method of care, say lawyers

The effect of virtual medical care on the standard of care and medical malpractice
Duncan Embury of Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers.

Ever since the invention of the telephone, there has likely been some form of "virtual" medical care available to patients who, for some reason, can't get to the doctor's office. Whether it is a physician phoning you with your test results or telling you that a prescription has been sent to your pharmacy, that's virtual care.

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