Chief Healthcare Executive January 24, 2022
Ron Southwick

The American Telemedicine Association has launched ATA Action, a new organization pushing to ensure access to telehealth. The effort involves some big names in the business community.

The American Telemedicine Association has been pushing policymakers to ensure access to telehealth, and now the organization is teaming with some of the biggest names in business.

The association has launched a new trade group called ATA Action to press Washington to allow expanded access to telehealth. The association made the announcement Jan. 21.

The new trade group includes some big players, including Walmart, Best Buy Health, Philips and Teladoc Health.

HCA Healthcare and Intermountain Healthcare are also among the partners.

Ann Mond Johnson, CEO of the ATA, said now is the time...

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