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Online: Doctors are quitting surgeries across England to work for private firms that charge patients £30 for a 20-minute online consultation.
Katherine Murphy, of the Patients Association, said: ‘We are very worried that GPs are being taken out of very busy surgeries.
Other popular uses include security surveillance, computer vision, video broadcasting, and for recording social videos.
The video streams provided by webcams can be used for a number of purposes, each using appropriate software: Most modern webcams are capable of capturing arterial pulse rate by the use of a simple algorithmic trick.
It also found patients are snubbing Sunday afternoon appointments due to ‘entrenched behaviours’.
Dr Maureen Baker, of the Royal College of General Practitioners, claimed patients ‘have better things to do on a Sunday than have their ears syringed’.