Pandemic shift to telemedicine helped maintain quality of care for depression, says study

The rapid transition from in-person to care to telemedicine visits at the start of the COVID‑19 pandemic did not adversely affect the quality of care—and even improved some aspects of care—for patients with major depression in a major integrated health system, according to a new report. The study appears as part of a special “Virtual Visits” supplement to Medical Care.

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