“Online consultations in general practice: the questions to ask” RCGP Report.

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Download the “Online consultations in general practice: the questions to ask” report (PDF). “Online services provide a new way of consulting in general practice.

“Online consultations in general practice: the questions to ask” RCGP Report.

mHealth Insight

Download the “Online consultations in general practice: the questions to ask” report (PDF). “Online services provide a new way of consulting in general practice.

Online GP services: The way forward or caveat emptor?

mHealth Insight

A recent study in regard to electronic alternatives to face-to-face consultations with GPs published in the British Journal of General Practice showed that such access did not help to alleviate workload pressures of GPs, nor did it improve access for patients.

Should NHS Doctors charge for patient appointments?

Lloyd Price

As a growing number of practices struggle to survive on overstretched resources, the issue regarding how future funding will be obtained has been pushed to the forefront of NHS concerns. Opponents to the new proposals suggest this could be the case if practices start charging per appointment.

Australia is leading the way in giving people personal control of their own Electronic Health Records (EHR)

Lloyd Price

This includes general practices, hospitals, pharmacies, diagnostic imaging and pathology practices.

Future Health Index 2018 : Accelerating Telehealth Adoption to help make Value Based Care a reality

Lloyd Price

This Future Health Index (FHI) report uses data and interviews with leaders that are making value-based care happen around the world to produce practical insights that healthcare leaders in any market can apply to accelerate greater telehealth adoption.

BBC’s Panorama shows us why Digital Health regulation needs to change

Lloyd Price

Chief inspector of general practice for the CQC, professor Steve Field, said in the programme: “You should look for the CQC logo because some of these websites, if they are not regulated by the CQC, can be very, very dangerous.” “As

American States Lag European Nations in Licensure Portability

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The EU lays out minimum training requirements for general practice and specialist physicians and provides for mutual recognition of physicians’ qualifications. It also enforces measures to ensure that the licensing provisions of individual Member states permit the free movement of doctors both to establish themselves and to practice their profession in all Member states.