Top GP warns health secretary against 'deaf enthusiasm' for disruptive technology

A top GP has issued a stark message to health and social care secretary Matt Hancock over his backing for technology such as GP at Hand - warning that policy driven by 'deaf enthusiasts or commercial interests' is unlikely to benefit the NHS.

by Nick Bostock
Professor Martin Marshall (Photo: Pete Hill)
Professor Martin Marshall (Photo: Pete Hill)

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