Why 15% of patients say they won't enter a GP clinic again

They’ve vowed to only consult doctors by telehealth even post-pandemic, a survey shows

One in eight patients say they’re not planning a return to face-to-face consultations, even when the pandemic is over, an Australian survey shows. 

Two-thirds of patients polled say they intend to use telehealth in some form, while 15% say remote appointments are the “only” ones they’ll be making in future. 

Patients report they like reduced waiting times, less chance of catching coronavirus and having access to diagnosis and prescriptions from anywhere.

But around