NZ sees drop in telehealth volume as general practice emerges from lockdown

New Zealand GPs have reported a decline in the number of telehealth consultations they are providing as the country emerges from lockdown but practices are still under strain from COVID-19 and financial pressures remain a concern.

The data comes from the third in a series of quick COIVD-19 primary care surveys led by University of Auckland researchers that aim to understand and monitor NZ general practice responses to the pandemic.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Telehealth, University of Auckland, COVID-19

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