Tuesday August 11, 2020

Remote medicine to launch on Irish market

100 GPs invest in cyber consultation technology

7th January, 2016
No more sitting in surgeries. Pic: Pixabay

A new Irish telemedicine service, that will enable GPs nationwide to provide face-to-face consultations with their own patients using smart phone, IPads and computers, is being launched by the NAGP (National Association of General Practitioners).

GP-Online will be launched at the Primary Care Partnership Conference and NAGP AGM at the end of this month. The service is expected to be rolled out in the second quarter of the year.

GP-Online will offer patients the functionality...

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