The GP Podcast talks about delivering Healthcare to those who most need it

Hart’s “Law” that “The availability of good medical care tends to vary inversely with the need for it in the population served”

Hart later paraphrased his argument: “To the extent that healthcare becomes a commodity it becomes distributed just like champagne. That is, rich people gets lots of it. Poor people don’t get any of it.”

Here, Dr Austin O’Carroll discusses what the challenges are today and how they can be addressed by embedding in GP training a module that gives GPs the opportunity to work with those in society who need healthcare most but are still the , because of their poor circumstances, least likely to access good health.