Programme actions for health & social care

techUK's Health and Social Care programme provides a forum for our industry to articulate and champion industry positions directly to Government. It creates a structured environment to enable frank and open discussions about the challenges the industry and HMG face, with the objective of driving innovation and growth.

techUK has identified three priority areas for the Health and Social Care Programme to address, which, with the support of policy makers, service providers and system leaders, will work to break down these barriers and ensure we fully realise the benefits of technology enabled care set out in the Five Year Forward View and National Information Board’s Framework for Action: Personalised Health and Care 2020.

Within each of these areas, techUK’s Health and Social Care programme has been developed with members to help them:

• Develop markets
• Develop networks
• Reduce business risk and cost.

The programme works to support its members and the wider health and social care stakeholder community through a dynamic series of events, workshops, reports and consultation papers. Visit the insights and events sections for details and sign up.

 

Develop Networks

Develop Markets

Reduce Business Risk and Cost



 

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