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Monday August 15th, 2022 5:43PM

LISTEN: The future of telehealth

By Mornings on Maine Street

Dr. Josh Umbehr joined Mornings on Maine Street to discuss the future of telehealth. Umbehr has been doing telehealth since 2010 and seen it become an effective tool to more efficiently deliver healthcare.

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