Setting up a telemedicine screening option for patients in primary-care clinics can catch many potential eye problems early on. But that sends more patients to eye doctors, who need to be prepared for the influx, according to a new study from the Veterans Health Administration.
Telemedicine detects eye problems, but docs must prepare for more patients
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