The Scottish Government is currently calling on people to give opinions and feedback on their approach to eHealth, and how they can create effective eHealth strategies in the future. This is undoubtedly in response to the growing recognition of the importance of eHealth development and its ability to impact the wellbeing of future generations.
They are hoping to hear responses to the following questions:
The deadline for written submissions is Wednesday 12 July 2017. The Committee have asked that submissions be reasonably brief – no more than 4-6 sides in Word format – and be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Scottish Government is aiming to find out whether their draft vision on Digital Health and social care sufficiently addresses the future requirements of the NHS and social care sector in Scotland. Digital Health is one of the fastest growing sectors in tech and IT at the moment, a fact backed up by Company Connecting data which is the unrivalled authority on Scottish IT and tech. Tomorrow, Company Connecting will be using its data to publish a Digital Health Skills Infographic in keeping with the Government’s call for information. This will show a detailed representation of the industry in Scotland, which is clearly heavily sought-after at the moment.