Hospitals see benefits of adding telemedicine

LEADING THE CHARGE: Dr. Susan Duffy, left, and Susan Korber, associate chief nursing officer, both with Lifespan, are working to implement telemedicine for the long term. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
LEADING THE CHARGE: Dr. Susan Duffy, left, and Susan Korber, associate chief nursing officer, both with Lifespan, are working to implement telemedicine for the long term. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Christopher Cowan has left his house only twice since COVID-19 hit the U.S. in March. The North Stonington, Conn., resident has serious underlying conditions that could be problematic if he were to be infected. He’s a diabetic, a disease that caused him to go blind about six years ago. Cowan also has had a foot…

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