Part of the contract includes GP practices ensuring that they can offer online consultations by April 2020.
The digital-service is now supporting 60 NHS GP practices across England, including Staffordshire, Birmingham, York and Hull.
The service, which uses the name KRY in Sweden, has partnered up with GP practices in North West Surrey and the North West of England
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Customers will have easy access to primary care via Advance’s medical doctors, which are located in eight main hubs around the world.
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A series of emails chronicling the legal spat between Babylon and the Care Quality Commission has been made public, revealing the firm threatened to sue the regulator for any damages arising from an inspection report.
Babylon Health claims its artificial intelligence (AI) system has demonstrated diagnostic ability that is “on-par with human doctors” after scoring 81% in a Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP) exam.
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Digital Health News talks to London GP, Dr Kichu Jayakumar, about working as an online doctor for ‘B2D’ service videoDoc.
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The survey is asking GPs, practice teams and members of the public to submit their views on what they think about online consultations so NHS England can “improve the service and increase the availability and use”
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Insurer Aviva has announced it is collaborating with Now Healthcare Group (NHG) to create a digital doctor service which allows customers to book video consultations with a GP.
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