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American Telemedicine Association - AI and telemedicine

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Artificial intelligence has potential to change how telehealth is used.

Artificial intelligence already is used in telehealth and its potential for future use is endless, especially for discerning new lessons from medical data, said Kyle Zebley, senior vice president for public policy of the American Telemedicine Association and executive director of ATA Action. Ultimately it will be another tool to assist physicians as they care for patients, although there are concerns about privacy, equity, and future regulation.

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