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Telemedicine After COVID-19: Continuing the Momentum & Understanding its Impact

With some COVID-19 regulations starting to revert back to pre-pandemic days, many are wondering how we can keep the momentum going on items such as telehealth that made a positive impact on our workforce.

Dr. Mary Mulcare, Chief Medical Officer at Summus Global, joins Host Jeff Cross in a lively discussion around "care delay," covid regulations on telemedicine that are expiring and how to continue the momentum around leveraging telehealth services. A timely episode as many are heading into Open Enrollment season and are looking to continue to support their employees from a virtual standpoint.

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About Mary Mulcare

Mary Mulcare, MD, FACEP, is Chief Medical Officer at Summus Global. She oversees the Summus clinical team and supports product, data, and physician network strategy in support of Summus’ mission to provide fast, virtual access to high-quality medical expertise across the care continuum. She completed her Emergency Medicine residency at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, was Chief Resident, and then did a fellowship in Geriatric Emergency Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical Center. Dr. Mulcare was an attending Emergency Medicine physician at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine.

About Summus Global

Summus Global, the leading virtual specialist platform, empowers families by providing access to a network of 4,000+ top specialists across 48 leading hospitals -- within days, from anywhere in the world. Pioneering the future of corporate health benefits, Summus Global partners with companies across the country to create an elevated healthcare experience for their employees and to support better, cost-efficient outcomes across all health questions and stages of care.