However NHS data shows men 10% less likely than women to make face-to-face appointments
Analysis of Vitality member data has suggested that embarrassment and fear around loss of earnings due to visiting doctors' surgery is leading more men than women to use video and phone GP consultations. According to the information taken from the Vitality GP app, men are making 9% more video-based appointments than women, a figure which contrasts NHS GP appointment data showing men make 10% less face-to-face appointments than women over the last six months. According to research by University...
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