such as smartphones and the Internet. He suggested working with disease-based organizations that advocate for patients (e.g., PatientsLikeMe) to determine how to provide patients with trusted sources of information. Krupinski agreed, noting that the ATA works closely with many patient advocacy groups, especially when they speak to policy makers about the advantages of telehealth.
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