mHealth Intelligence: Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Patients Report Satisfaction With Telehealth During Pandemic

According to a study published in the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, about 42 percent of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients received care related to their condition via telehealth, and a majority (77 percent) reported they were satisfied with the virtual care. Results showed that far fewer MS patients said they had been exposed to COVID-19 as compared with controls, implying that they are generally more cautious than the healthy controls group. Researchers concluded that telehealth was extremely beneficial for MS patients during the COVID-19 pandemic and that it is worth continuing in the future.

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