Telemedicine has become an essential part of health care delivery. Today, patients can access a wide array of medical services via televisit, including primary care, pediatrics, behavioral health, and cancer care. The COVID-19 pandemic spurred the growth of telemedicine, but is it here to stay after the public health crisis has subsided? Patients considering a telehealth visit for the first time may have misgivings and questions. An article in New Jersey Monthly tackles the most common questions with a range of health care providers, including SMG’s family medicine physician Dr. Michele Nitti. What preparation does a telehealth visit entail? How is a televisit likely to compare to an in-person appointment? Are there instances when telehealth is not ideal? To find out the answers, read the timely article below. And, learn more about Summit Medical Group’s telemedicine options here.