The American Medical Association continues to see telemedicine as part of the future of the practice of medicine, and it took two steps during its annual meeting to connect its members with new ways to deliver care.

With this week’s actions, the nation’s largest professional organization for doctors continued to embrace distant and virtual care delivery as an appropriate way to treat some patients. In years past, the AMA had questioned the efficacy of telemedicine care.

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