The COVID-19 pandemic has caused psychosocial researchers and clinicians to quickly shift from standard in-person practices to remote modalities . Despite calls to maintain current virtual care modalities due to the potential to improve access to health care, we are not yet aware of any scholarly works which explicitly describe specific modifications made in response to the restrictions to face-to-face care, resulting access, and implications for the field . This commentary describes how modifications to transition both clinical and research processes to fully virtual modalities in 2 ongoing integrated primary care clinical trials during the COVID-19 pandemic increased access . Given the feasibility of implementing these modifications and the success demonstrated by increased enrollment, we advocate for continued use of virtual modalities for both clinical work and research . (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2021 APA, all rights reserved).