Most physicians are using some digital tools and expect to increase the use of assistive technologies in the near future, findings from an American Medical Association survey shows.

The survey of 1,300 physicians from research firm Kantar TNS also finds high expectations for such tools as telemedicine, mobile and wearable devices, mobile apps and remote monitoring, as 85 percent of respondents believe these tools can help improve patient care.

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