Digital Inclusion

As part of our commitment to Digital Inclusion we are working alongside community partners to bring better access to information and care, increased convenience, and more opportunities for greater control of patients’ own health and shared care.

Eleven million people (20% of the population of the UK) lack basic digital skills, or do not use digital technology at all and with a focus on ensuring that as many people as possible can access our services we will be developing projects that may include workshops, training, device loaning over the coming months.

For the health and care system digital health can mean more effective delivery of care, better outcomes and reduced costs.