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Accelerating Digital Healthcare White Paper

1 minute read | 21/10/2020

Accelerating Digital Healthcare White Paper

A detailed visionary strategic steering paper has been produced by Public Policy Projects in association with Tech4CV19 on the future of digital healthcare in the UK.



Twenty one leading healthcare technology providers have contributed their thought leadership with ten C-Level execs across the NHS and has been produced at Government level.


The white paper is a reflection of how technology was used during COVID to support and facilitate healthcare and a series of recommendations off of the back of opportunities and challenges presented. While not a political document, it was launched  and shared at the Conservative political party conference and delivered by Rt Hon Stephen Dorrell. 


The paper provides recommendations on the ways in which the digital sector can help lessen the current crisis, but more importantly help predict, project and lessen the impacts of the further outbreaks that are to come and change the way in which we deliver healthcare in a post Covid world.


Our partnership with Oxford University Hospitals with the SPARK® Unite tablet service is recognised and cited in enabling Digital Inclusion. You can read the full story of that solution here.


We are delighted to have the opportunity to share our experience for a white paper of this calibre and hope that with the input of all of the business that we can make some dramatic changes together, for the future of our healthcare.


Get in touch if you would like to know more about how our technology can transform UK healthcare.

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