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He’s upbeat about post-COVID health-care sector

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An article in Physicians Practice by John Nantz looks at the future of the health-care business after COVID-19.

Among his observations:

“Now, the business of healthcare seems to be well on the road to recovery. Recent research conducted by my firm, Redwood Advisors, and Evolve Healthcare Marketing indicates that practice volumes have been steadily returning. Roughly 25% of practices have already seen patient volume return to a pre-COVID level, and another nearly 25% expect it to return by the end of Q1 2021. In contrast, less than 10% believe practice volume will return after Q2 of next year, and only 18% remain “uncertain” as to when volume will return.”

The article concludes: “In light of the November {and after} surge in cases, it is possible that businesses, including physician practices, may be heading to another slow-down. However, with PPE, staff bonuses, and telemedicine structures now in place, practices will be well-equipped to weather COVID-19 and stay-at-home orders.

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