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Before COVID-19 hit our shores, digital health was starting to take hold as the wave of the future for the practice of medicine. An AMA study from 2019 noted that at least 87% of physicians saw an advantage to using these digital tools. “Use of … digital health tools … has increased and the average number of those tools used per physician has also increased. The largest increases were in tele-visits (usage doubled from 14% in 2016 to 28% in 2019) and remote monitoring for improved care.”