Digital has been an area of focus in the NHS for a number of years, and is a key feature of the NHS Long Term Plan. The Government's new plan for digital health and social care further recognises its role in transforming the NHS, building on the What Good Looks Like Framework.
But do members of the UK public want digital tools as part of their support from the NHS? To better understand the nation’s true opinions, ORCHA has again this year commissioned independent research to ask 2,000 UK residents what they think.
In this webinar, ORCHA's Director of Research, Dr Simon Leigh, and Clinical Director, Dr Tom Micklewright, will discuss this research in detail.
We'll also hear from industry experts including Helen Hughes, Chief Executive at Patient Safety Learning, Richard Stubbs, CEO at Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, and Miles Sibley, Director at Patient Experience Library.
- What are patient attitudes towards digital health in the UK?
- How is digital health usage changing?
- Are people finding digital health helpful?
- Which regions are most activated in terms of digital health?
- How does the NHS influence the public's digital health choices?
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