The New Face of Medicine –care flow strategies developed during COVID
Care Flow Strategies during COVID
AbstractThe COVID-19 pandemic has redefined the practice of medicine. Adaptive care models to sustain access through integration of virtual and in person essential services have been implemented. Utilization of novel scheduling protocols can create a safe and efficient clinic experience for children and staff in this pandemic time.
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