North Bristol NHS Trust has fast-tracked the roll out of a series of digital tools to clinicians to help in their response to Covid-19.
The move will enable doctors in hospitals or paramedics to access the same vital information as a GP, including allergies and medications.
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Babylon admitted in June that three patients were able to view recordings of other patient’s consultations using the GP at Hand app.