DHACA exceeds 100 members


Digital Health and Care AllianceDHACA (Digital Health and Care Alliance) has recently exceeded 100 members, and new members are joining at a rate of 1-2 per day. Meanwhile, the DHACA core team within i-focus are busy preparing the first events and working out the governance details. The intention is that once this initial phase is over, members themselves will have the most important say in how DHACA is run, and what are its priority activities.  To get things started, we are working on mHealth Apps as

DHACA opens for registrations

Organisations in health and social care are battling with challenging financial targets and increasing demand. They need tools to enable transformation,business models which demonstrate the cost effectiveness of new systems, new ways to procure and contract services, help navigating information governance regulations and systems that improve outcomes, care and value for money. The resources and collaborations to meet these needs are at the heart of DHACA. Forward-thinking health and care organisations understand the potential value of engaging with their service users through digital channels. Many are starting to make significant commitments to building and procuring systems that enable them to transform their services to