Medical professionals hold up signs protesting about the health care system reaching “bursting point” at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Jordan, Hong Kong, on January 26. Photo: Felix WongMedical professionals hold up signs protesting about the health care system reaching “bursting point” at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Jordan, Hong Kong, on January 26. Photo: Felix Wong
Medical professionals hold up signs protesting about the health care system reaching “bursting point” at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Jordan, Hong Kong, on January 26. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | A quick cure for Hong Kong’s health care crisis could be just a few clicks away

  • Public hospitals are facing a manpower shortage resulting in long waiting times for patients
  • E-consultation is the most efficient way to ensure patients are diagnosed quickly and to spread the medical staff’s workload around different hospitals
Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
Medical professionals hold up signs protesting about the health care system reaching “bursting point” at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Jordan, Hong Kong, on January 26. Photo: Felix WongMedical professionals hold up signs protesting about the health care system reaching “bursting point” at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Jordan, Hong Kong, on January 26. Photo: Felix Wong
Medical professionals hold up signs protesting about the health care system reaching “bursting point” at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Jordan, Hong Kong, on January 26. Photo: Felix Wong
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