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American Telemedicine Association - A message for primary care

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Here are lessons for primary care physicians to consider about the future of telemedicine.

If primary care physicians want their practices to thrive, they need to make their voices heard by state and federal policy makers to build on gains in telehealth that happened due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Patients want to see their providers online and telemedicine can make medical practices more efficient when used appropriately, said Kyle Zebley, senior vice president for public policy of the American Telemedicine Association and executive director of ATA Action.

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