Wysa research highlights need for digital solutions for mental health
New research from Wysa has highlighted a need for more mental health support for teenagers, and suggested it should be accessible via their mobile phones.
Aseptika hybrid cardiac rehabilitation platform to be evaluated
Active+me REMOTE, a hybrid cardiac rehabilitation platform from Aseptika, is set to be evaluated with funding provided by Innovate UK.
University Hospitals Plymouth pioneers smart watches for Parkinson’s
University Hospitals Plymouth has worked with Plymouth University to pioneer a new way to monitor and care for Parkinson’s patients at home with wearables.
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It’s time to simplify the process to help drive forward digital innovation
Heather Cook, interim UK managing director of Big Health, examines why digital innovation could hinge on simplified processes.
All Type 1 diabetes patients eligible for new technology
All patients with Type 1 diabetes will be eligible for new lifechanging technology on the NHS after new guidance was published.
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NHS England sets out digital priorities in latest planning guidance
NHS England has revealed its digital priorities for the year ahead as part of a larger publication which sets out planning guidance for 2022/23.
Seven Integrated Care Systems collaborate with ORCHA
Seven integrated care systems have partnered with ORCHA to provide access to quality-assessed digital tools in the south west.
Digital leaders to work with GP IT suppliers for ‘safe’ prescribing tools
A lack of safe digital prescribing tools could lead to fatal medication errors “linked to poor design of electronic health records”, a new report found.
Orcha poll reveals public are willing to embrace digital to help NHS
An ORCHA poll has delved deeper into patients’ use of healthcare apps and tech, confirming that Brits are willing to go digital to support the NHS.
Extra funding needed to support digital mental health services, report finds
The £2.3 billion for mental health funding announced in the NHS Long Term Plan is no longer enough to sustain mental health services, a report has found.