Medilink Midlands Virtual Coffee Break- members only

The theme for this coffee break will be an overview of the current digital landscape with Liz Ashall-Payne, Founder and CEO of the Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Apps (ORCHA) who offer unique app review, accreditation, curation and prescription services. Working with national health bodies and health service providers, their mission is to distribute quality apps into healthcare services across the world.


WEBINAR: Getting Your Healthcare app reviewed and accredited

Medilink Midlands and ORCHA invite you to attend a free digital health webinar on Thursday 11 February at 10:30 am.

ORCHA is the world-leading health app evaluation and advisor organisation, helping governments, health, and social care organisations to choose and deliver health apps that will safely make the biggest impact to improve outcomes.

This session will cover an introduction to the importance of digital health tools, and the current digital health landscape, with Liz Ashall-Payne, CEO at ORCHA.


Coronavirus: Apps to help children and young people

The present COVID-19 situation is stressful for everyone, never mind the youngest within our communities. ORCHA would like to suggest some useful resources that can help to support children and young people during this difficult and uncertain time. Embracing their love of smartphones, apps can keep children and young people engaged with their health and…

NHS London Procurement Partnership invites tenders for health and social care apps

The NHS London Procurement Partnership (NHS LPP) develops and manages collaborative procurement projects on behalf of its members, including NHS clinical commissioning groups and acute, community, mental health and ambulance trusts. Operating as a centre of commercial excellence, it delivers significant and sustainable cost and service improvements to the health economy relating not only to…