Telehealth ‘online tick-box prescribing…not good medical practice’; Medical Board

Consultation hijacked by hundreds of submissions from customers of two telehealth companies against changes Prescribing without a real-time patient-doctor consultation has been declared “not good medical practice”, according to just-published revised Medical Board guidelines. In declaring non-real-time telehealth consultations now a no-no, the updated guidelines “will close the gap that’s sprung up between online prescribing

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