Equip your citizens and health and care professionals with the tools and training to find, recommend and govern digital health in a coordinated safe way.
The Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Apps
Delivering safe digital health
Digital health offers a huge opportunity to transform how we prevent health concerns, treat patients and meet clinical needs. Yet with more than 350,000 digital health technologies available, and over 5 million people downloading one every day, why have we not yet seen wholesale adoption across health and care, payers and providers?
It’s because of the barriers to adoption, including awareness, trust, access and governance.
The Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Apps (ORCHA) provides the core infrastructure to overcome these barriers and introduce digital health safely. Our technology establishes the quality assurance procedures long followed by other areas of medical practice.
Who we work with
Since 2015, organisations have trusted our technology to deliver digital health safely
Health and care organisations
Digital health suppliers
Ensure your product meets the standards expected by commissioners, continuously and objectively.
National health bodies
Build a world-leading national digital health assessment and accreditation programme.
Access unique digital health compliance data, to make better informed product and vendor decisions.
600,000 A&E Admissions Could be Prevented with a Nationwide Deployment of Key Digital Health Products in Primary Care
Researchers at ORCHA and the University of Warwick have identified that digital health products such as health apps could make a substantial contribution to tackling NHS urgent care pressures, by keeping patients out of hospital in the first place.
Digital health sector will take advantage of landmark new UK-Australia Free Trade Agreement
Digital health companies ORCHA and Cogniss have announced a global partnership that will benefit from the new UK-Australian Free Trade Agreement (FTA) which has just passed through the UK House of Commons and is anticipated to come into effect in 2023.
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