Health and Social Care

With health and care systems around the globe facing increasing pressures, the use of digital technology has never been more important. Supporting a vibrant ecosystem with the potential to become a world leader, techUK is helping its members navigate the complex space of digital health and care in the UK and ensure our NHS is prepared for the challenges of the future.

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Health and Social Care Council

The elected techUK Health and Social Care Council is committed to playing an integral and positive role in the digitisation of health and social care service provision. The Council is a representative group of members who reflect the wider techUK health and social care membership. The Council meets regularly to debate and bring focus to techUK's health and social care policy and programme of activities, as well as to provide a consultative industry panel for government and other stakeholders.

Healthcare Group

The Council is a representative group of members who reflect the wider techUK health and social care membership. The Council meets regularly to debate and bring focus to techUK's health and social care policy and programme of activities, as well as to provide a consultative industry panel for government and other stakeholders.

Social Care Working Group

The Social Care Working Group brings together members of the Local Public Services and Health and Social Care Programmes and others from across this ecosystem to interrogate the challenges the social care market faces and collaborate on how digital technologies can transform outcomes in social care – everything from interoperability to empowering the social care workforce.

User-Centred Design Working Group

Together with NHSX and NHS Digital, we have launched a User-Centred Design Working Group that is committed to making a real impact in promoting and showcasing the value of designing solutions that meet user needs. The group will seek to identify good practice and thus improve current approaches to user-centred design activities.

Digital Citizens Working Group

The Digital Citizens Working Group aims to increase knowledge of and access to tech to improve citizens' own health through self-care and prevention - reducing ill health, visits and admissions and helping citizens to manage interactions with the system.

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