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Doctors spend 20% of their time on administrative tasks.

Currently, doctors spend approximately 20% of their time on administrative tasks. The French government has announced its intention to create over 10,000 medical assistant positions by the end of 2024. Nurses and pharmacists will also be called upon to take on additional responsibilities.

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Innovation is crucial in addressing the lack of doctors. France’s initiative to increase medical assistant positions underscores this need. Embracing telemedicine and expanding roles for nurses and pharmacists will ensure equitable healthcare access in areas with insufficient physician presence.
Radia Lahlou, Biotech and Genetics expert
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Doctors spend 20% of their time on administrative tasks.

Currently, doctors spend approximately 20% of their time on administrative tasks. The French government has announced its intention to create over 10,000 medical assistant positions by the end of 2024. Nurses and pharmacists will also be called upon to take on additional responsibilities.

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Innovation is crucial in addressing the lack of doctors. France’s initiative to increase medical assistant positions underscores this need. Embracing telemedicine and expanding roles for nurses and pharmacists will ensure equitable healthcare access in areas with insufficient physician presence.
Radia Lahlou, Biotech and Genetics expert
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Doctors spend 20% of their time on administrative tasks.

Currently, doctors spend approximately 20% of their time on administrative tasks. The French government has announced its intention to create over 10,000 medical assistant positions by the end of 2024. Nurses and pharmacists will also be called upon to take on additional responsibilities.

BLUMORPHO comment :

Innovation is crucial in addressing the lack of doctors. France’s initiative to increase medical assistant positions underscores this need. Embracing telemedicine and expanding roles for nurses and pharmacists will ensure equitable healthcare access in areas with insufficient physician presence.
Radia Lahlou, Biotech and Genetics expert
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