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The Costs to Americans of Delaying Care During COVID [Video]

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(BPT) - The human toll of the pandemic is well documented here in the United States, but the effects from deferred care for conditions other than COVID-19 will likely create a new wave of concerns for Americans, from worsening health conditions to a projected increase in annual healthcare costs between $30 billion and $65 billion. MDVIP CEO Bret Jorgensen discusses the financial and human impact of delayed care on both the healthcare system and patients, as well as the emerging healthcare trends coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic.