CERTIFY AGAINST STANDARDS
We can help certify you quickly against all relevant standards, such as DTAC, to speed up procurement and to generate trust in your product.
VISIBILITY TO PROFESSIONALS
We enable healthcare professionals to find your solution through inclusion in our Digital Health Libraries.
GAIN AND MAINTAIN COMPLIANCE
We ensure you remain complaint by scanning new upgrades and any changes to standards.
We provide insights and understanding of international markets for growth and compliance.
Our technology certifies your digital health product at unmatched speed and accuracy. Our subscription ensures you remain compliant after every product update.
Our subscription service is cost-effective and quick. We track your product and following upgrades or new versions, give you a priority review against your selected standards. So you can be sure that your product remains compliant, as you concentrate on developing world-leading applications.
We will also keep you abreast of any upcoming changes to assessment schemes, to ensure your product roadmap stays compliant.
ORCHA Baseline Review
The ORCHA Baseline Review (OBR) is a robust digital health assessment that underpins a large proportion of the world’s national and regional digital accreditation models.
Our OBR assessment looks at a digital health technology’s nature and purpose, and identifies which of the 350+ criteria points it meets across Clinical/Professional Assurance, Data & Privacy, and Usability & Accessibility. The review comprises nationally recognised digital health standards and regulations. ORCHA’s algorithm looks at how appropriately the technology meets the relevant and compulsory standards, producing an objective and independent score.
ORCHA assessment provides independent verification and certification, which is trusted and accepted by health and care organisations internationally.
Digital Technology Assessment Criteria (UK)
Developed by NHSX, the Digital Technology Assessment Criteria (DTAC) for health and social care is a new advisory assessment criteria for the commissioning of digital health technologies.
Meeting the standard is a requirement for all digital products which are commissioned by NHS groups. At ORCHA, our team of Digital Health Assessors can work with you to assess your compliance with the standard and give you any necessary recommendations.
The DTAC covers Clinical Safety, Data Protection, Technical Security, Interoperability, and Usability & Accessibility. We can help guide you through the process of meeting the key criteria in each of these sections.
The Digital Health Assessment Framework (US)
The Digital Health Assessment Framework is an open framework, accessible for anyone to use, to support the adoption of high-quality digital health technologies and help healthcare professionals and patients in the US to make better-informed decisions about which digital health tools best suit their needs.
The Framework includes criteria to assess for privacy and security, clinical assurance and safety, and usability. It was crafted to guidelines, regulations and best practices specific to the US for digital health technologies. It includes both the relevant existing US regulations and measures from international standards and frameworks.
Leading bodies across the US, including The American College of Physicians and the American Telemedicine Association, collaborated with industry leaders, including ORCHA, to develop the Framework. To find out more about the framework, and how ORCHA can help your organisation to rapidly and accurately measure technologies against it, please get in touch.
Nordic Digital Health Evaluation Criteria (Nordics)
Accelerating the Nordic region’s aim to be the most sustainable and integrated health region in the world by 2030, the Nordic Digital Health Evaluation Criteria (NordDEC) is the world’s first cross-border digital health accreditation system.
Drawing from international best practice, the NordDEC establishes a common benchmark of criteria across Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, offering the ability to layer-on local requirements, while using size and scale to attract inward investment into the Nordic nations.
The NordDEC is an extremely robust digital health assurance system, testing products against more than 500 measures across data privacy, clinical/professional assurance, usability & accessibility, security & technical stability, and interoperability.
The NordDEC project is owned by the Nordic Interoperability Project (N!P), co-funded by Nordic Innovation and Nordic healthtech industry, and provided by ORCHA.
Three digital health suppliers share their experiences of working with ORCHA
“ORCHA provides a great platform and mechanism for people to search out information for themselves, where they can view credible and trustworthy information.
“For companies like us, it’s amazing to be part of an ecosystem that has been validated and that is proven to create value. We’ve been collaborating with ORCHA for several years now, and it’s always been an amazing partnership and collaboration.”
– Felicia Vaz, Project Manager, FibriCheck
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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