Rethinking approaches to remote health and telehealth in Australia

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Speaking during a panel session at the recent AFR Healthcare Summit , Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) President Dr Harry Nespolon said the way remote healthcare and telehealth is offered has changed little since the 1960s. “Doctors still need to see patients in front of them to dispense care. It’s not just about providing face-to-face communication in an effectively and timely manner in rural and remote Australia,” she said.

5 Niche Telemedicine Specialties That Might Surprise You

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9 Best Telemedicine Newsletters You Should Be Reading to Keep Up With the Industry

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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. A survey conducted by online general practice magazine, Pulse found that over 50% of GPs would welcome appointment fees as a way to make their workload more manageable. Opponents to the new proposals suggest this could be the case if practices start charging per appointment.