Almost two-thirds of GPs do not believe the government's telehealth roll-out will improve care for patients, a GP magazine poll suggests. In the survey of 316 GPs, 61% said telehealth did not have the potential to improve the care they gave to patients, with a further 17% unsure. Only 22% said they believed the technologies can enhance patient care.
Telehealth won't improve care, say U.K. docs
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