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Elderly patients with chronic diseases receiving "virtual" care from a team of medical experts make fewer trips to the emergency room, a new study finds. They also tend to have a better understanding of medication usage. Moreover, providers on such teams indicated they were better informed about residents' conditions between visits, according to investigators at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.

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