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American Telemedicine Association - Governing telehealth and opioids

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Finding a balance between telemedicine and prescribing controlled substances.

Granting physicians the ability to prescribe controlled substances via telehealth does not necessarily lead to inappropriate use by patients. The public should know there is accountability in telemedicine, along with great potential to help patients who need it. Kyle Zebley, senior vice president for public policy of the American Telemedicine Association and executive director of ATA Action, explains.

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