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Become an Early Adopter of NCPHN’s Digital Health Guide

Do you think there’s an app-alling number of digital health apps out there? We do. That’s why North Coast Primary Health Network is funding a new Digital Health Guide – and we want your feedback.

With an estimated 250,000+ health and medical apps in the iTunes and Google Play stores, the Digital Health Guide is designed to help health care providers to navigate this confusing space. It provides up-to-date information on a large number of commonly used digital health solutions, mobile health apps and digital health communities.

The Digital Health Guide gives you different perspectives on usefulness and quality. This includes reviews and comments from health care providers, patients and carers, as well as app review scores from the iTunes and Google Play stores. This allows health providers to make their own judgement as to what may or may not be useful for you, your patients and their carers.

We’ll be rolling the guide out to all GPs and allied health practitioners in September. Right now, we’re after some early adopters to jump in and to let us know what you think.

Just follow this link if you’d like to:

  • Know more about how the Digital Health Guide works.
  • Get access to the guide now.
  • Opt out of having access created for you.

NCPHN wants to see you and your patients get appy!

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