“A license to print money”: how AI created a £26m deficit for one NHS group

On a busy road in Fulham, West London, between the Pizza Go-Go and the A-Z Wine Mart, stands England’s fastest-growing GP surgery. In April 2017, the Lillie Road Medical Centre had 2,500 patients – well below the average for an English GP practice. The surgery now caters for almost 50,000 patients, a 1,900 per cent increase in little over two years.

Full story in The New Statesman, 10 June 2019

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