‘The Future is Hybrid’ – Total Digital Triage and the Future of Access to the NHS

We’re looking forward to returning to the Healthcare Excellence Through Technology (HETT) show later this month where experts from across digital healthcare will be addressing some of the sector’s biggest challenges. On the second day of the conference, DHC Director, Graham Kendall, will be joining Minal Bakhai, Farzana Hussain and Ed Turnham in a panel… Read More ‘The Future is Hybrid’ – Total Digital Triage and the Future of Access to the NHS

Are digital services putting patient safety at risk?

With all of our CQC regulated members rated as ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ and Livi becoming the first online GP provider to be rated ‘Outstanding’ overall, we’re working to demonstrate our members’ commitment to patient safety and set the standard for digital healthcare. This was a key topic in last week’s member session when we discussed… Read More Are digital services putting patient safety at risk?

Open competition secures the best services for patients

Over the past couple of months, DHC members have been raising concerns about possible plans for NHS England to extend their contract with AccuRx without open competition. DHC Director, Graham Kendall, spoke with Andrea Downey at Digital Health News about their concerns. “The DHSC, NHS England, NHSX, NHS Digital and the Cabinet Office have all… Read More Open competition secures the best services for patients

Lessons from COVID-19: How can healthcare change for the better?

Writing in Open Access Government, DHC Director, Graham Kendall outlines what has worked in response to Covid, and what needs to change. He highlights the need to: focus on integrating solutions that prioritise the user experience support and empower local users to choose solutions that work for them spend wisely, and avoid duplicating expenditure work… Read More Lessons from COVID-19: How can healthcare change for the better?

Healthtech: are ‘virtual’ doctors here to stay?

Commenting in City AM, DHC Director, Graham Kendall discusses reasons for why digital health is set to grow over the long-term. “These fundamental pressures [e.g. demographic changes and long-term conditions] and an increasing patient appetite for accessible, always-on care, will drive innovation in digital healthcare and encourage widespread adoption over the foreseeable future”. Read the… Read More Healthtech: are ‘virtual’ doctors here to stay?