Blog posts, what the press is saying, and more on the NHS App.
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Southampton-based GP and NHS Digital Interim Chief Medical Officer, Amir Mehrkar, urges his fellow GPs to embrace the NHS App as another digital tool to help their practices.
Article from Management in Practice by Karen McGarry, practice manager of the first practice in England to be connected to the NHS App.
Sean Devlin, a Tech Lead on the NHS App discusses how his team and their counterparts in NHS login worked together to allow people to login without passwords.
Article from Management in Practice
Blog from Gemma Kirkwood, Assistant Practice Canager at Hucknall Road Medical Centre, on how they prepared for the NHS App and the benefits they have seen.
If the NHS App is going to become known, as the NHS Long Term Plan anticipates, as a ‘nationally available online way for people to access the NHS’, it is critical that it is accessible to all. David Hodnett, Programme Delivery Lead for the NHS App, explains why dropping a hyphen can be the difference between comprehension and confusion for some users.
The NHS App is already allowing people who have never used a GP online service to interact with their practices digitally. Tara Donnelly, Chief Digital Officer at NHS England, describes the agile approach to the app’s roll out.
Article from British Medical Association's The Practice blog
The NHS App is an important element of a digital first healthcare system as outlined in the new NHS Long Term Plan. Here, Josh Dresner, user researcher on the NHS App project, describes how patients and staff have informed the development of the app.
Blog in Pulse from Dr Ian Pawson, GP partner at Brownlow Health in Liverpool, one of the first practices in the country to try the NHS App.
Article on Digital Health about the user research report on the NHS App pilot phase.