The NHS Apps Library helps patients and the public to find trusted health and wellbeing apps. The way apps and digital tools are assessed for use by the NHS is changing. From 1 October 2020 NHSX will take over responsibility for the assessment process.
This SEHTA session is particularly relevant for businesses creating apps, but is be helpful to all SMEs who wish to digitise some or all of their activity in the future.
Do you know what systems, technology or processes can improve your chances of launching your app within public and private sector markets? SEHTA are here to guide you through their knowledge of best practice and the different Digital Technologies and data protection standards that your app will need to reach.
SEHTA will invite Cohort Members to this session via email.
Company developing apps puts in place systems, technology and processes to improve the chance of their app reaching public and private sector markets. Companies create strategy document to enable them to facilitate adoption of their product/service more easily, by public and private sectors and this is reviewed in the one to one sessions.