Telemedicine is — and will probably continue to be — one of the biggest trends in digital health this year. With widespread broadband, the growth of mobile devices and electronic health records finally going mainstream, it's little wonder.

So it's incredibly odd, or perfectly reasonable, that it would draw the ire of regulators.

But while Texas continues its campaign against telemedicine, it appears that lawmakers, at least, appear to be fighting back.

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