The seventh DHACA day took place on 11th January at the Digital Catapult Centre, 101 Euston Rd. NW1 2RA,
- NHS-England Digital Technology Overview (Deborah_El-Sayed)
- NIB App Assessment (Diarmaid Crean)
- The Health Data Dilemma (Ian McNicholl)
- Digital Health in the Accelerated Access Review (Tamsin Berry)
- dallas (Hazel Harper)
- DHACA update (Charles Lowe)
Deborah El-Sayed, Head of multi-channel development for NHS 111, spoke about NIB Workstream 1.1 – Enable me to make the right health and care choices – an area of really key importance to DHACA members as this is where patients will increasingly interface with the NHS electronically.
Tamsin Berry, Head of the Accelerated Access Review Team, spoke about their principal findings to date for the Digital Health Stream.
Hazel Harper, the ILIP Programme Manager at Innovate UK, gave presentation and a short video on the dallas programme, recently ended, including information on how DHACA members can access key learnings from the programme (which are available on the DHACA website).
Diarmaid Crean, Deputy Director at Public Health England, spoke about NIB Workstream 1.2 – specifically the app certification and endorsement processes.
Ian McNicholl, from handi, gave a presentation on interoperability, yet another area of great importance to DHACA members, with a view to fostering closer working with that organisation.