The world saw some great chances at the time of pandemic. Video Conferencing was one of the most interesting approaches seen in different fields. Even in the field of medicine and oncology. Approximately 20% of caregivers (CGs) live > 1 hour away from the patient and are considered distance caregivers (DCGs) who often report higher distress and anxiety than local CGs. The main objective of this innervation is to reduce the distress and anxiety that the caregivers living in distance have to go through when it comes to cancer.

There are approximately 40 million family caregivers (CGs) (unpaid family or friend) in the United States with approximately 3 million of those being CGs of patients with cancer.for approximately 30% of patients, their DCG is their only CG and is often unavailable for in-person patient-oncologist visits were important results or plans are discussed. Of the 399 subjects enrolled, 137 were randomly assigned to arm 1, 141 to arm 2, and 119 to arm 3. 

Videoconference came out to be one of the most useful ways to treat patients in cancer therapy. Not just it helped with bringing the distance caregivers close to the doctors but it also helped to reduce their stress level. With proper coaching and implementation things can work out well here.