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As hospitals in California and across the country struggle with a surge of coronavirus infection patients, a second crisis is brewing in physicians’ offices, threatening to push the nation’s healthcare system further to the brink.
Mask donations are a godsend, but physicians are worried they won’t be properly paid for virtual visits.
As thousands of new patients connect with doctors via smartphones and computers, local health providers beef up their resources to handle the rush.
As millions of Texans isolate themselves in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19, state officials are working to ramp up the use of telemedicine. But many health plans are outside of their regulatory authority.
As the coronavirus pandemic evolves, public and private health care providers in North Texas are launching drive-thru COVID-19 testing centers, but the capacity for testing remains limited.
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Fort Worth offers free virtual visits, too, and penalties for going to the ER without a true emergency.
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In the U.S., hospitals consume over six times more health dollars than primary care.
With 790 primary care providers and over 1 million patients, Catalyst Health Network in Plano offers a counterweight to big hospitals.
Coordinated care, data sharing, and reducing out-of-network costs are all part of the collaboration.