The College Of GPs (RACGP) Takes A Look At Technology Use In The Sector. Some Interesting Alleged Findings.

This popped up a little while ago.The RACGP ’s technology survey results are inThe survey explored knowledge and experience of eHealth technologies, barriers and drivers, and education and training needs.The RACGP’s Views and attitudes towards technological innovation in general practice: Survey report 2018 incorporates results from the 1 762 GPs who participated in the survey.The survey is designed to gain insights into GPs’ use of technology in Australia, assist the RACGP in understanding what systems are being used, where future investment is needed and the key technology challenges faced by general practice teams.It also detail s a number of RACGP resources to support implementation and effective use of eHealth technologies in general practice.‘GPs report that technology has led to improved practice efficiencies and more effective collaboration with other healthcare providers, resulting in improved continuity of care and better patient outcomes,’ Dr Rob Hosking, Chair of the RACGP... This is the initial part of the post - read more by clicking on the title of the article. David.
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