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Texas Medical Board Votes to Limit Telemedicine

Siding with doctors' groups, the Texas Medical Board voted to limit the use of telemedicine in the state, despite claims that its decision may reduce access to care for some patients.

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Siding with doctors' groups, the Texas Medical Board voted to limit the use of telemedicine in the state, despite claims that its decision may reduce access to care for some patients. The vote was the latest move in a four-year battle between the licensing board and a Dallas-based company, Teladoc, which provides video and phone consultations with doctors. (The New York Times)

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