About 63% of health care professionals believe that virtual primary care visits will bypass in-person visits in the next five years, according to a recent survey of health care professionals released by Wheel. A total of 66% say that virtual or hybrid treatment environments also better fit their lifestyles than solely in-person care. To prepare for the possibility of virtual care gaining prominence, 76% of health care professionals want virtual care training to become a core competency taught in medical schools. A total of 58% of health care professionals are interested in getting licensed in more states due . . .
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