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Overall visit counts for the week of June 14 are still substantively lower than baseline. The “cumulative deficit” in visits over the last three months (March 15–June 20) is nearly 40 percent.*
Initially, as in-person visits dropped, telemedicine visits increased rapidly. Since that peak in mid-April, telemedicine use has begun to decline, though it remains substantially higher than prior to the pandemic.
The number of visits to ambulatory practices had declined nearly 60 percent by early April. Since that time, the numbers have rebounded substantially, though the rebound may be beginning to plateau.