It is privilege to announce that Radar Healthcare will be working with Public Policy Projects to inform industry leaders on health inequality and social change as part of their Social Care Policy Network.
The Social Care Policy Network will consist of known figures in the care industry, looking to evaluate and improve the state of social care across the country. Radar Healthcare’s knowledge and insight into quality improvement and compliance will steer the group toward data-driven solutions for issues we see every day in healthcare.
In addition to joining the Social Care Policy Network, we will be contributing to PPP’s policy work on health inequalities. The report, The Digital Divide: reducing inequalities for better health, will focus on how technology can improve deprived communities and people with long-term health conditions.
With integrated care systems (ICSs) becoming regulated bodies in the NHS, it is key that we utilise our skills, as technology providers with a focus on patient safety, to protect the vulnerable in our society. Working with ICSs such as North West Surrey Integrated Care Services has provided us with an understanding on what requirements are needed in these environments in both the short-term and the long-term. Offering our knowledge to the Integrating Health & Social Care: a National Care Service report alongside working to provide all corners of the UK with these advancements is an honour and one we approach with passion and drive.
As a company that works with various healthcare organisations, we are very invested in creating policy to successfully integrate health and social care. Integration will provide not only great services for communities but will strengthen touchpoints across the industry and ensure the best practices are met and maintained.
These policies will affect change and shape the future of our industry. Our work with Public Policy Projects on the A Care System for the Future: Digital Opportunities and the Arrival of Caretech report will hopefully influence positive change to create a care system that is accessible to all, with technology at the forefront of its strategies, infrastructure and quality of care.
Paul Johnson, CEO of Radar Healthcare said, “We founded Radar Healthcare because we saw how the sector could benefit from digitalisation. There is another opportunity here for technology to reduce health inequality, and that’s why we’re excited to partner with Public Policy Projects. Together we can make a real difference to healthcare.”
We are delighted to have this chance to make even more significant improvements in our industry and thank Public Policy Projects for inviting us on this journey.
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