ANN ARBOR, MI. (NBC) -- Virtual doctor visits are becoming more common, however, older Americans are more reluctant to make the switch.
A University of Michigan poll finds only 4-percent of seniors had a tele-health visit within the past year.
And more than 80-percent expressed at least one concern about virtual visits, like privacy and quality of care.
But more than half said they'd be willing to *try* tele-health if they got sick while traveling -- or needed follow-up care.
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