AMA says #telemedicine could improve access, #quality of care #HealthIT #AMA

//AMA says #telemedicine could improve access, #quality of care #HealthIT #AMA

AMA says #telemedicine could improve access, #quality of care #HealthIT #AMA

The American Medical Association today voted to approve a list of guiding principles for ensuring the appropriate coverage of and payment for telemedicine services.


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