It's being used to conveniently diagnose simple maladies, such as whether that runny nose and cough is a cold or the flu.
Patient groups and technology advocates are pushing to expand the digital care to people with complex chronic diseases that make a doctor's trip more than just an inconvenience.
The Parkinson's Action Network says about 40 percent of Parkinson's patients don't see a specialist, in part because they live too far away, even though research suggests those who do fare better.
Asks Dorsey, "Why can't we provide care to people wherever they are?"
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