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Why coronavirus spurred health providers of all sizes to rapidly adopt virtual visits

“With the right outreach and training, telehealth can serve as an important bridge to ensure that underserved communities, especially rural and linguistically diverse patients, access the medical attention they need, particularly during the pandemic,” said Sonja Diaz, founding director of UCLA’s Latino Policy and Politics Initiative.

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“With the right outreach and training, telehealth can serve as an important bridge to ensure that underserved communities, especially rural and linguistically diverse patients, access the medical attention they need, particularly during the pandemic,” said Sonja Diaz, founding director of UCLA’s Latino Policy and Politics Initiative.

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