Ward K, Vagholkar S, Sakur F, Khatri NN, Lau AY. Visit Types in Primary Care With Telehealth Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Systematic Review. JMIR Medical Informatics. 2022 Nov 28;10(11):e40469. https://doi.org/10.2196/40469

Visit Types in Primary Care With Telehealth Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Systematic Review Background:Telehealth was rapidly incorporated into primary care during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there is limited evidence on which primary care visits used telehealth. Objective:The objective of this study was to conduct a systematic review to assess what visit types in primary

Digital scribes and AI – how it impacts on primary care consultations

Can co-designing artificial intelligence tools with general practitioners deliver better patient outcomes and what impact will it have on Doctors? And what about the healthcare system? We took it to the test in a study with general practitioners simulating an AI documentation assistant for use in patient consultations. While artificial intelligence is advancing rapidly across

Liaw ST, Georgiou A, Marin H. Evaluation of digital health and information technology in primary care. Int J Med Informatics 2020. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2020.104285.

Primary care is where the health care system meets the people – the first point of care for the citizenry. General practice and primary care DH&IT tools are essential strategies to strengthen health systems to achieve health priorities and universal health coverage and sustainable development goals. While primary care DH&IT systems are just as if

Godinho MA, Ashraf MM, Narasimhan P, Liaw ST. Community Health Alliances as social enterprises that digitally engage citizens and integrate services: a case study in Southwestern Sydney (Protocol). Digital Health 2020; 6: 1-8

South Western Sydney (SWS) is one of the fastest growing regions in the state of New South Wales (Australia). Much of the population live in local government areas (LGAs) with levels of disadvantage higher than the state average, with a predominance of non-communicable and chronic diseases that are typically associated with age-related and behavioural factors.