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AI early cancer detection tool rolled out to 400 GP practices

A digital tool that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to help

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NHS England reviewing ‘impact’ of GP remote consultations

NHS England is conducting a review of the ‘impact’ of

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Covid-tracing app launches with GP practices able to download a QR code

The Government’s delayed Covid-tracing app is finally launching in England

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AccuRX remote consultation service announces premium charge

AccuRX, the company that had provided free software for GPs

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Digital GP providers to bid for 20-year APMS contracts in ‘under-doctored’ areas

Exclusive NHS England has set in motion a programme that

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Scottish Government to make GP consultations via video the ‘default option’

Scottish GPs will be doing all patient consultations via video

Data lowdown: How Hancock’s call for ‘all’ GP consultations to be remote is unrealistic

Covid-19 has prompted widespread use of remote consultations, but GPs aren’t confident it can continue as the health secretary would like, finds Nicola Merrifield

HEE invites GPs to funded course on digital healthcare

Health Education England (HEE) is seeking applicants for 30 new

SystmOne GP practices to receive hospital discharge summaries electronically

GPs with SystmOne IT software may soon be receiving electronic

GPs should do ‘all’ consultations remotely going forward, says health secretary

Unless there is a ‘compelling clinical reason’ to see a

More patients struggle to get through to GP practices by phone

Fewer patients are finding it easy to get through to

Look beyond the frills to choose the best tech tools for your practice

GP educator Dr Ben Gooch offers his advice on how practices should incorporate technology and remote consulting in the post-COVID-19 era

Babylon patients could view other video consultations after ‘software error’

Babylon Health has self-reported itself to the Information Commissioner's Office after a software error meant a 'small number' of patients were able to view other patients' video consultations.