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Chief Medical Officer of Doctor On Demand Dr. Ian Tong shares the dos and don’ts of telemedicine. He also shares how they help to identify who is at mild, moderate and high risk of COVID-19, and they then assess if this person needs immediate assistance or if a telemedicine appointment is appropriate. There is a lot of overlap in symptoms between flu and COVID, but Dr. Tong shares there are some key differences they look for.
*Doctor On Demand is owned in part by The Doctors Executive Producer Jay McGraw.