Dr. Rod Hochman speaks with Bloomberg Businessweek

Dr. Rod Hochman gives his input on what our current reality is regarding COVID-19 and how we start moving forward with Bloomberg Businessweek.

“This is what has us worried. A lot of healthcare is being put off, we’ve seen about half amount of heart attacks and stroke patients than we saw last year. We don’t know that all of a sudden the whole country has gotten really healthy, that’s not it, we’re seeing a lot of people putting things off… We’ve been doing 13,000 virtual visits a day with our patients. It’s also a good way, see if that’s available, at least you can do a virtual visit and check in with your practitioner and then see what kind of testing you need or if it’s something you can put off. I would check in to see if you can do a virtual visit for starters.”

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