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Two new faces have joined the Spirit Digital team, all thanks to the Government’s Kickstart Scheme.
Learn more about our Kickstarters and the programme here.
Can industry ever be trusted by the NHS to deliver digital transformation while truly addressing patient needs? Find out on Monday 26th July 2021 as experts from across industry debate digital transformation in the first of a brand new webinar series.
We were thrilled to be involved in latest podcast episode by the AHSN Innovation Exchange discussing the challenges around pulmonary rehab.
In the first of our Spirit Speaks interview series, we caught up with Nicola Haywood-Alexander, CIO at Lincolnshire NHS ICS, to get her insights into the present challenges and future plans for integrated care systems.
We’re delighted that Spirit Health Group has been featured in the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) ‘The First 100’ Digital Health Playbook for ‘Treating and Monitoring Remotely’, among some of the UK’s most impressive digital health innovators.
We have listed the top 6 potential barriers to remote patient monitoring and how we help clinicians and patients beat them.
From providing educational resource to help empower patients to better manage their own conditions, to identifying and prioritising the patients that absolutely need to be seen and thereby easing the workforce burden faced by doctors, there is little doubt that digital will underpin primary care services well beyond the COVID pandemic.
We’re proud that Spirit is featured in the Department for International Trade’s Digital Health Campaign – ‘The First 100 Playbook,’ launched today at the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM).
Webinar | How to implement a ‘virtual ward’ for supporting older people and frail patients through remote monitoring
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted digital technology’s vital contribution to healthcare services. Embedded within new ways of working it is helping to reduce face to face visits and keep care home residents and staff safer, delivering improved outcomes for the elderly population.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, community providers were challenged in the way that they connected to patients. The imperative was to look at new ways to provide safe and responsive care for their patients, by embedding digital technology within their clinical pathways.