A nationwide survey of more than 2,000 primary care doctors found that 57 percent of physicians are willing to conduct video visits with their patients.

Just 12 percent of respondents are unwilling to see a patient over video and 31 percent remain uncertain. In the online survey conducted by telehealth vendor American Well, physicians cited work-life balance as the most popular reason for seeing patients over video, followed by increased earning opportunity, and improved patient outcomes.

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