A new health care technology incubator in Chicago, called MATTER, will host about 65 start-up companies and the American Medical Association, which will have its own lab--the 450 square-foot AMA Interaction Studio.

The association hopes to tap into the start-ups to test new models of healthcare delivery in technology-enabled physician offices of the future, which may include telehealth, cloud computing, how physicians interact with the overall healthcare system, and other models that don’t fit traditional settings.

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