NEW YORK (360Dx) – The American Medical Association said today that it has teamed up with several of the nation's top medical societies, institutions, and boards as part of a long-term collaboration to help address gaps in providing specialty care to underserved patients.

The AMA, among the largest physician groups in the US, said that it will engage its members to volunteer on Human Dx, the Human Diagnosis Project, which is an online system that enables doctors to help their patients and each other while scaling up the system for worldwide use.

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