A Fresh Approach at the Turning Point

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All, Tim Kelsey recently said that we will look back on 2015 as being the turning point, the moment at which the NHS started to take digital health seriously. For this to happen, we in DHACA believe that there needs to be a fresh approach to how the benefits and value of digital health services are assessed. The type of approach used in studies such as the WSD is, we think, simply not  appropriate to the general proposition that digital technologies can help transform and improve services and patient outcomes in myriad ways. The DHACA

Kingsfund ‘Self-Care in a Digital Age’ Conference

DHACA were pleased to be invited to be present at the TSB – Kingsfund ‘Self-Care in a Digital Age’ conference on Tuesday 24th June 2014. We attracted a lot of interest and we hope many new members. If you want to be a part of or stay in the conversation then being a member of DHACA is a great way of doing so! Please Download the briefing which was released to the press and media following the event.

Digital Health and Care Alliance opens for business

The Digital Health and Care Alliance opens for business; free membership available (UK)

As the dallas programme passes its halfway point, one of its four projects, i-focus, has formed an organisation to continue the promotion of interoperability across the health & care sector beyond the end of dallas. The Alliance, with the acronym DHACA, will help NHS organisations, local authorities and third-sector providers collaborate and share information about new digital services.  This will significantly help members reduce costs, remove duplication of effort and improve support for independent living and self-management projects, resulting in much-improved patient outcomes. DHACA will operate across the