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The last time I looked, Teladoc asked for doctors to be "working" at various hours so that they have doctors available quickly, rather than the doctors scheduling patients to have a busy clinic and having their ancillary staff do prep work so that the patients are waiting in the rooms ready. If it's a busy time and the patients are abundant, maybe Teladoc physicians will just be able to jump from patient to patient. But if they're just obligated to be available and may or may not have patients, it might be irritating. Frankly, it seems like most of what Teladoc physicians offer could basically be done by a rudimentary AI. There's only so much you can diagnose based on history and visual inspection, and even then the accuracy will be limited.
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