Improvements to online primary care services still needed

Saudi Ministry of Health launches new online appointment app

The quality of virtual GP services has improved over the last year but nearly half of providers are still failing to provide safe care, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has said. In its long-awaited report on independent online primary care services, the regulator found that safety had improved dramatically. Just 14% of providers fully met…

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