Digital Technology is important part of the future of health services, in particular primary care including GP Online services, Technology Enabled Care Services (TECS), public health interactive tools such as the Heart Age Test app.
In its Digital Doctor? survey Ipsos have examined attitudes and behaviours of primary care physicians in 18 key countries with insights on artificial intelligence, telemedicine, social media use, and recommendation of apps/wearables. See the highlights here.
The Social media toolkit for the NHS from NHS Employers contains all you need as a communications lead, team or organisation to review and refresh how you are using social media.
New digital apps and tools are empowering people to take control of their health and improving patient care.
Digital Technology Assessment Criteria for health and social care (DTAC) will form a baseline for digital health and care technologies enabling both patients and the system to adopt relevant, safe and innovative technologies much more quickly.
Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Applications (ORCHA) carry out independent and impartial reviews of health and care related apps – search their medical app finder.
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Page last reviewed: 30 April, 2021