With increasing patient needs, aging populations, pressure from NHS budgets, and a shortage of key skills, it is clear that the role of primary care is changing. Research organisations, such as The King’s Fund, have already run a statistical analysis of the NHS concluding that there will be a potential shortfall of 250,000 to 350,000 full time health care staff required to meet healthcare needs by 2030. This is exacerbated by spiralling locum costs, increasing administration and management needs. Excess tasks, including advertising for clinicians, compliance checking, advertising, onboarding and sickness absence, all compound the issues general practices face. At the same time, 76% of healthcare leaders are in agreement that adopting new technology has had a positive impact on their workforce, as well as improving patient outcomes.