The “Digital Access Coordinators” program helps train patients in digital health tools like electronic health records, online registration forms, and home blood pressure cuffs. The coordinators help prepare patients for virtual visits, explain the ins and outs of video calls, and take note of any tech or health patient concerns providers might need to know. Read the Full Article
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