Amazon on Wednesday said it is covering its telehealth service, Amazon Care, as the organization reconsiders its methodology for expanding into the health care industry. Launched in 2019, Amazon Care vowed to virtually connect patients with a clinician "24/7, 365 days a year," as per its site, and furthermore offered a few in-person services in specific cities essentially. It was at first worked for Amazon's employees as well as for enterprise clients. In the wake of gathering feedback from clients and their representatives, the organization discovered that Amazon Care "isn't the right long-term solution" for clients, and it will stop being presented toward the finish of this current year, as per a notice to staff members from Neil Lindsay, SVP of Amazon Health Services. "This decision wasn't made lightly and only became clear after many months of careful consideration," Lindsay wrote in the memo, a copy of which was provided to CNN Business. "Although our enrolled members have loved many aspects of Amazon Care, it is not a complete enough offering for the large enterprise customers we have been targeting, and wasn't going to work long-term." Amazon has long looked to disturb the medical care industry and expand its reach into the lives of buyers. The tech monster obtained a online pharmacy in 2017 and relaunched it similar to claim digital pharmacy in 2018. Amazon additionally cooperated with JP Morgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway to offer better medical care services to laborers at the three organizations, however this work shut down a year ago. As Amazon gets rid of the telehealth service, it's putting vigorously in another comparative exertion. Last month, Amazon said it had entered a consent to secure One Medical in an all-cash bargain esteemed at around $3.9 billion. The participation based essential consideration services guarantees clients "24/7 access to virtual care" and works in twelve significant US markets. Like Amazon Care, One Medical works with organizations to offer medical advantages to their representatives. In his notice, Lindsay said the organization will take what it has gained from its Amazon Care undertaking and "will continue to invent, learn from our customers and industry partners, and hold ourselves to the highest standards as we further help reimagine the future of health care."