What US primary care can learn from the UK

Harvard Professor Gordon Moore on what the 'dreadful' US primary care can learn from its UK counterpart.

In this devastating critique of the US system, in which patients can wait three months for a GP appointment, Professor Moore analyses the four areas in which America can learn from the UK.

But he also warns of threats to general practice on this side of the Atlantic that could destabilise our own system.

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