Covid-19 effects on gastroenterology practices

The COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacted gastroenterology practices worldwide. Many non-urgent procedures were postponed to conserve medical resources and reduce virus transmission, leading to financial strain on practices. Telemedicine emerged as a vital tool for remote consultations and follow-ups, although its efficacy for certain gastrointestinal conditions remains debated. Practices implemented rigorous infection control measures, such as enhanced sanitization and personal protective equipment use, to ensure patient and staff safety. Despite challenges, the pandemic accelerated digitalization and prompted innovative approaches to patient care, potentially reshaping the future of gastroenterology practice.

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