Digital Health Report: National Attitudes & Behaviours in the UK Today
Digital health underpins the NHS future of a more patient-centred and sustainable healthcare service. National targets have been set out in the NHS Long Term Plan, and they have been recently supported by national standards in the NHS Digital Technology Assessment Criteria (DTAC). Commissioners and providers are taking this direction to ensure a consistent experience of using digital health products, levelling up the playing field and connecting systems.
However, in order to build a sustainable digital transformation plan, it is important to gain a view of what is happening now.
To give an accurate picture, ORCHA commissioned independent research to ask people in the UK what they think of digital health, how they are using it, and if they want the NHS to provide it. ORCHA commissioned OnePoll to conduct an independent online poll of 2,000 UK residents, to better understand the nation’s true opinions and actions.
Download our report by clicking the PDF icon below to discover:
The people that are most responsive to Digital Health
The percentage of the UK who have interacted with Digital Health and the satisfaction rate
Which NHS and Care professionals are most active in recommending Digital Health
The opportunity gap for NHS and social care services
And so much more.
If you have any questions about the report, the current state of digital health, or any of our services here at ORCHA, simply email James at email@example.com
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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