Defining new guidance for data sharing and challenge the statutory sector to improve interoperability and data sharing between consumer and statutory sectors for continuity of care and assisted living purposes.
Developing a freely-available road map from app coding through to patient use, to inform developers, GPs, and patients on key issues. Promoting the DHACA case for NICE’s remit to be enlarged to include medical software.
Developing a strategy to ensure maximum adoption of self-care services by those people who could benefit from self-care, encouraging new innovations at scale within a local economy and connected to national initiatives.
Exploring ways to support the training of healthcare professionals to use innovative digital technologies in their workflows and professional relationships with patients.
Developing a common technical framework for interoperable digital health and care ecosystems, for stakeholders to develop systems, components and APIs that interconnect according to business requirements with minimal technical barriers.
Economics and Business Modelling
Providing emerging digital health and care service entrants with an understanding of the landscape & market architecture to large-scale, sustainable consumer businesses, and the required business opportunities & partnerships.
Benefits and Values
Measure and demonstrate the effectiveness and benefits a digital health and care system, to justify investments. Measuring more than just cost-avoidance, and do justice to the scope, power and value of digital health and care systems.
Wednesday Webinars Connected Nottinghamshire Wednesday 3rd March 10:00-11:30 On 3rd March, we will be joined by the main parties involved in creating Connected Nottinghamshire, the first Integrated Care System (ICS) in England that includes an [...]
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Wednesday Webinars We now have a firm programme going forwards of great webinars. Next week on 24th February at 9:45 (note earlier start) we have Webinar XVI – How to find the perfect assisted living [...]
DTAC Preview Friday 12 February 1pm-2pm If you were watching the HETT Reset's session with Simon Eccles, Deputy Chief Executive of NHSX, on Monday carefully you'll have heard him say that the new Digital Technology [...]