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WVU researchers find telemedicine may increase patient satisfaction with medical care

19:00 EST 1 Jan 2019 | AAAS

(West Virginia University) A recent study led by Albeir Mousa, a professor in the West Virginia University School of Medicine, suggests telemedicine may improve patients' satisfaction with their postoperative care as well as their quality of life. Their results have been accepted for publication in The Annals of Vascular Surgery.

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