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?
Writing in Digital Health News, DHC Director, Graham Kendall, outlines what’s worked, and what needs to change, identifying five key lessons: Focus on integrating solutions Support and empower local users to choose solutions that work for them. Avoid spending money twice – if a local service wants, and is willing to pay for, a more… Read More Lessons from Covid
It’s health tech policy announcement season. Another false dawn or will these hit the spot this time asks the Digital Healthcare Council Director Graham Kendall. Over the course of the next few weeks, NHSX will launch its full plans for the health tech agenda for the NHS. These set pieces will have a disproportionate impact… Read More Will the new government get health tech right?
The Digital Healthcare Council has published four key design principles that are essential for a vibrant and sustainable digital health ecosystem that works for patients. The four key principles are: People first Fair system rules Free and open information Evidence-based practice On 13 December, the incoming Government will face numerous health challenges. These include improving… Read More Design principles for digital health that works for patients
Following work with the CQC and NHS Digital, this set of standards has been created and collated for the Care Quality Commission (CQC) by a group of asynchronous Online Primary Care Providers. It sets out standards for identity verification for use by asynchronous online primary care providers. The paper includes contributions from: Health Bridge Ltd… Read More Identity Checking Standards
Earlier today, the DHC issued its response to the new CQC Standard DCB3051 Identity Verification and Authentication Standard for Digital Health and Care Services.