The ATA purports that the announcement removes the uncertainty that prompted healthcare providers to delay investments in telemedicine in the past. Additionally, upholding the PPACA protects the investments in telemedicine already made by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). In a press release, ATA CEO Jonathan Linkous stated that the ruling will allow the U.S. to move forward and modernize the current healthcare system by implementing telemedicine to improve care and accessibility to care, and reduce the costs associated with that care.
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