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The benefits of using technology within the health sector

A rise in digital innovations within healthcare and an increased use of technology by both patients and health professionals in the sector has helped to reduce waiting lists and health inequalities.

Increased investment into health technology has advanced not only NHS Trusts but also CCG’s and independent providers too, allowing them all to cope with the high demands on the sector, caused by the pandemic.

Amongst the many benefits of digital healthcare, increasing patient involvement and helping to alleviate the pressure on the NHS are both key areas which has changed our health services long term.

Ric Thompson, Managing Director, Advanced Health & Care said: “2020 and 2021 have been gruelling and challenging years for everyone involved in delivering healthcare, the period has forced all of us to review how we do things”

You can read the full article here: 2021: The year that health tech came of age by Ric Thompson, Managing Director, Advanced Health & Care.

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