With the advancement made in technology, we are starting to see more services being available over the internet. These services could be food delivery, shopping, and even a virtual doctor. However, according to Lisa Rapaport, a contributor writer for Reuters, virtual doctors may not be the best option for medical problems that require urgent care.
There was a study that consisted of 67 volunteers, to test eight different virtual doctors. The purpose of the study was to see if the virtual doctors could diagnose the medical problem correctly. The study found that 1 in 4 patients were diagnosed incorrectly.
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