Our products to help health and care organisations
Deliver safe and effective digital health
Digital health offers a huge opportunity to transform how we prevent health concerns, treat patients and meet clinical needs.
But with more than 350,000 digital health technologies or health apps available, and over 5 million people now downloading one every day, why have we not yet seen wholesale adoption across health and care, payers and providers to get the benefit from these solutions? The answer is the four barriers to adoption:
Our award-winning technology includes a suite of products to overcome these barriers, providing the core infrastructure to introduce digital health safely.
We help you establish the quality assurance procedures for digital health, long followed by other areas of medical practice.
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Health App Libraries
Give populations access to safe, accredited health apps to improve health outcomes and reduce pressure on services.
The ORCHA Health App Library enables you to build an online digital health library of consumer-friendly health apps for your patients, clients and citizens.
This provides people with a single source of health apps that are continuously assessed by ORCHA against standards and regulations in clinical and professional assurance, data and privacy, and usability and accessibility.
Digital Health Formularies
Equip your health and care professionals to recommend quality assured digital health products.
Our Digital Health Formulary gives health and care professionals a single source where they can find and confidently recommend quality assured digital health technology electronically to patients and service users, together with the training and tracking needed for governance.
Your Digital Health Formulary features the digital health products selected by your organisation, curated from the 9,300 digital health products continuously assessed and reassessed by ORCHA on your behalf.
Digital Health Academy
Training in digital health for health and care professionals, to increase their skills and usage of digital health technologies.
Our Digital Health Academy features CPD-accredited online courses, in bite-sized videos to suit busy schedules. All courses are developed in collaboration with NHS clinicians and universities. It gives your frontline staff the knowledge they need to adopt digital health practices safely at work, and helps you reach your digital workforce targets.
See results in three months
A typical roll-out across a system requires three months.
Receive digital health product guidance, informed by more than 20,000 assessments, across target patient pathways, to feed into your organisation’s product selection.
Easy to integrate
Our technology is easy to integrate with Electronic Health Records and Electronic Patient Records.
Listed on G-Cloud
The ORCHA suite of products is listed on commissioning frameworks, including G Cloud in the UK.
Making a difference in diabetes services
“ORCHA is really a big part of our digital health literacy work, enabling people to have access to safe and reliable apps and digital technologies that will do what it says on the tin, so to speak. Using apps is a really easy way to support our patients and our citizens to engage in the digital experience. Recommending apps is definitely the way of the future.”
Linda Vernon, Acting Digital Culture and Transformation Clinical Lead, Lancashire & South Cumbria Integrated Care Board
We can help you care for more patients and people who use your services, with cost effective and fully assessed digital health products, such as health apps.
Begin your digital health journey today.
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The UK’s first Digital Health Formulary and a Health App Library just for citizens
Following the rapid growth of the digital health sector, healthcare professionals and citizens now have distinct and different needs from their health app libraries – and so ORCHA has created products exactly tailored for each of these two audiences.
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.