GPs Limited by Lack of Patient Confidence in Technology

The National Health Executive has an interesting article on the limitations of the use of telehealth in the primary care setting. The article describes that despite the fact that almost two-thirds of the British public want to take greater control of their own health, less than half have taken any action to do so in the last year – and almost a quarter are not confident that they can help prevent or reduce health-associated problems.

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Published on 16. May 2017 in News UK