Our recent webinar with the Primary Care Respiratory Society (PCRS) attracted 130+ clinical leads from healthcare organisations across the UK. The panel included respiratory experts from across the UK, who shared their learnings and experiences from being at the forefront of remote healthcare delivery in Leicestershire and Lincolnshire.
The GMC report ‘Caring for doctors, caring for patients’ outlined that “Medicine is a tough job, but we make it far harder than it should be by neglecting the simple basics in caring for doctors’ wellbeing.” Our latest blog explores how digital innovation is no longer seen as something of the future and how the smarter use of technology must play a key role in the future of healthcare delivery.
It’s well known that the way the NHS manages long-term conditions is unsustainable. In this insight report, Simon Applebaum, managing director of Spirit Digital, explores how remote monitoring can play a crucial role in reengineering NHS pathways to help better manage vulnerable patients with long-terms conditions and pave the way for new models of continuous, preventative care.
Spirit Digital is delighted to have signed up as an associate member with the NHS Confederation, the membership body that brings together and speaks on behalf of organisations that plan, commission and provide NHS services in England, Northern Ireland and Wales.
In association with the Primary Care Respiratory Society (PCRS), we are delighted to be hosting a new webinar: Re-designing respiratory digital clinical pathways during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.