On telemedicine disparities: 4 key findings

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A new report from the American Telemedicine Association grading states' telemedicine coverage and reimbursement gave just five states and the District of Columbia A grades. Two states, Connecticut and Rhode Island, received Fs.

In its analysis of each state's telehealth maturity, the ATA found a variety of disparities hindering the advancement of telemedicine across the country.

Here are four key findings from their report.

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