Digital, Data and Technology Team

Digital, Data, and Technology are playing an increasingly important role in primary care. These three areas are helping to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and accessibility of primary care services, and are making it possible for patients to access a wide range of healthcare services from the comfort of their own homes.

Digital technology, such as electronic health records, and online consultations and appointment scheduling, is making it easier for primary care providers to manage patient information, communicate with other healthcare providers, and deliver care to patients.

This technology is also enabling patients to access their own health information, schedule appointments, and communicate with their primary care provider from their own devices, which can save time and improve the quality of care. Data and analytics are also playing a key role in primary care, as they can be used to identify trends and patterns in patient health, and can help primary care providers to make more informed decisions about how to deliver care. For example, data can be used to identify patients who are at high risk for certain conditions, and can help primary care providers to develop targeted interventions to prevent or manage these conditions.

Overall, the use of digital, data, and technology in primary care is helping to improve the quality, efficiency, and accessibility of healthcare services, and is making it possible for all patients to receive care in a more convenient and effective way.

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Gareth Hannam Gareth Hannam Digital Transformation Lead Rachel Haupt Rachel Haupt Digital, Data and Technology Team Leader Julie Cox Julie Cox QOF Team Leader Ben Peaty Ben Peaty IT Technician Sam Kemmery Sam Kemmery Care Coordinator Steven James Steven James Digital Health Connector Thomas Lee Thomas Lee Data and IT Technician