As part of the NHS Long Term Plan, the Elective Care Transformation Programme is leading transformative change. Up to a third of the face to face appointments delivered in outpatient care will be avoided by embracing technology and arranging services around patients’ lives.
Healthcare is in the middle of a digital revolution, yet the digital health market is unregulated, with 80% of products not meeting standards. ORCHA is the global leader in providing access to trusted digital health technologies, having reviewed more digital health products than anyone in the world.
During this session, Alison Johnson, Head of Programmes and Projects at ORCHA will discuss the following key points:
What is the role of digital health, and how has it grown in recent years?
The digital health transformation pathway: understanding this including consideration of each transformative step.
Why do we need to upskill the workforce in digital health?
Alison will also discuss the new ORCHA Digital Health Academy, an online training centre for all health and care professionals, giving them the knowledge, skills and confidence to safely use digital health in practice.