ORCHA featured in the DIT’s ‘First 100’ Digital Health Playbook
We’re delighted to be featured in the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) ‘The First 100’ Digital Health Playbook among some of the UK’s most impressive digital health innovators.
The campaign, launched by the DIT, articulates the exportable strengths that the UK has in healthtech. It showcases those that stand out for being tried and tested, and, most importantly, making a difference across one of the most complex health systems in the world, during its most challenging time.
The picture of talent and innovation in the UK is a fast evolving one, with new pioneers emerging daily. Through ‘The First 100 Playbook’, the DIT hopes to reach out to those who are not just leaders in their field, but are willing to find new frontiers to make an impact.
The DIT has British Innovators who are ready to go global and connect with the ever expanding worldwide opportunity. Healthcare UK, part of the Department for International Trade, has invested significant effort, alongside partners, to identify, engage with and showcase some of the UK’s leading talent.
Digital Health is rightly seen as the answer to many of the challenges facing global healthcare. The role of digital technology in realising the dream of accessible, affordable and sustainable care has grown across the entire range of health economies in not only serving current needs, but in building the basis for the healthcare of the future: personalised, digital by default, and truly patient centric.
The innovations in the Playbook can offer support to healthcare in a variety of ways, from reporting data and using AI, pre-assessment, diagnostics and systems management, to managing staff at scale and collaborating. There are solutions to support people at home with self-care apps and remote monitoring and consultation. And see how future tech may transform healthcare.
Learn more about the services ORCHA offers national health bodies across the world here.
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.
Founded by NHS clinicians, ORCHA is the world’s leading digital health evaluation and distribution organisation. We provide services to national health bodies across three continents, including the NHS in 50% of UK regions, delivering national accreditation frameworks, bespoke Digital Health Libraries, and professional recommendation tools, specific to the needs of our clients. ORCHA’s unique Review Engine assesses digital health solutions against more than 350 measures across Clinical/Professional Assurance, Data & Privacy, and Usability & Accessibility, plus additional criteria depending on needs.
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