The newly developed plan consists of five phases of consultations, building on the mission statement the organisation launched with in summer 2019.
It will act as an online self-service tool for developers, aimed at making the process of securing a place in the app library easier.
Leanne Summers, digital strategy delivery lead for NHSE, also said that of the 2,650 only 270 (10%) had actually booked appointments through the app.
Digital Patient 1
The Low Carb Program is on the NHS apps library through a new partnership with Ascensia Diabetes Care and be available on iOS, Android and online.
Digital Patient 2
Sarah Wilkinson also praised health and social care secretary Matt Hancock during her keynote speech at the UK Health Show, saying he ‘gets standards’.
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Orcha uses a combination of manual and automated processes to assess applications that can be safely used within clinical settings.
Digital Patient 4
The Engage app allows patients to monitor their INR remotely using coagulation measurement tools and send the results directly to their clinician.
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NHS Digital and NHS England are inviting developers to submit their applications in a bid to expand the apps library, which aims to signpost trusted digital tools for patients to manage and improve their health and wellbeing.