Microsoft believes it can change how Australian GPs work


Sixty Australian practices are about to test a video-based consultation process, writes Neil Bramwell.

A 1925 cover of Science and Invention magazine featured a drawing of an imaginary medical device, the teledactyl.

The magazine’s publisher, Hugo Gernsback, predicted the device would use the new medium of radio communication to allow a doctor to view their patients on a screen and touch them with spindly