Poster presented at the 2020 National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Conference
Authors: Cary Armstrong, Kiley Johnson, Colleen Caleshu
Background: The coronavirus pandemic (COVID) had major implications for the provision of medical care in the spring of 2020 with many non-emergent forms of care halted or modified. Telehealth genetic counseling companies that provide services to multiple entities have insight into the range of impacts in care occurring at different hospitals, clinics, and laboratories.
Purpose: We sought to investigate the nature, frequency, and extent of modifications to care made by organizations serviced by a national telehealth genetic counseling company.