Ludington Daily: Providers Call for Expansion of Telehealth Services Beyond COVID-19

Between February and April last year, primary care telehealth visits in Michigan jumped over 59%, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

“Telehealth, of course, is important during the COVID crisis,” said Dennis Litos, the CEO of the Michigan Primary Care Association, an advocacy group for 44 health centers that provide for underserved communities.

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