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The Digital Healthcare Council and patient flow technology TeleTracking have joined forces in a bid to improve operational capacity in the NHS.


The Digital Healthcare Council represents a number of digital health innovators and was set up to bring together industry leaders to provide valuable insights into the complex infrastructure of the NHS and it’s IT.

Through joining the council TeleTracking hopes to help deliver a “digitally-led, patient-centric NHS.”

Neil Griffiths, managing director of TeleTracking UK and Europe, said: “We are delighted to be part of such a crucial industry body.

“The Digital Healthcare Council and its members are integral to the success of our future healthcare system; working to address problems by providing solutions that ultimately deliver to the vision of a digitally-led, patient-centric NHS that benefits patients, the public and the economy.

“Collectively, the work we put in now will pave the way for the future while safeguarding us against future pandemics.”

The Digital Healthcare Council aims to provide collective knowledge of digital services to transform patient care, free up clinical time and make the most of clinical expertise.

It also aims to save the NHS money through working with stakeholders and the government on the benefits of digitally led healthcare.

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