Published by Professor Paul Corrigan CBE on 12 April 2016
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The Daily Mail published an article on Reform‘s report, Who cares? The future of general practice.
It highlighted Reform‘s findings that public demand does exist for seven-day GP services. It also cited Reform‘s assertion that two thirds of patients taking up surgery appointments don’t need to see a GP.
“The author of the Reform report, Alex Hitchcock, said: ‘Employing 5,000 more GPs is nothing more than a sticking plaster for an out-of-date model.’ He added: ‘Bigger practices and new technology can deliver better access and stop millions of unnecessary A&E visits.”
Read the full article here.