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Digital Therapeutics in the NHS: The rise of digital therapies & the evidence that proves they work
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24/04/2018
When: Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Where: London
United Kingdom

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Digital therapies are no longer a ‘nice to have’, there is evidence to show how they support patients and clinicians with detection, prevention, wellness and disease management. Acting as digital companions, supporting patients and clinicians with condition management and sensors which feed patients and clinicians important data and insight.

Digital therapies have been proven to reduce the need for acute care in diabetes, asthma, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation. There is strong evidence to support their effectiveness in depression and anxiety too, with a further 24 areas showing positive results (IQVIA Institute report).

The truth is, the next blockbuster therapy is probably already in the pocket or purse of your patients and  populations. Their next trip to the doctor could include a prescription for a mobile app in addition to, or instead of, medicine. Are you ready?

For delegates attending, this event will: 

•  Showcase the evidence that exists right now, supporting the clinical effectiveness of digital therapies

•  Provide delegates the opportunity to see real examples of innovations and interrogate the evidence

•  Co-design a Toolkit for commissioning and adopting digital therapies with confidence

Registration: this event is by invitation only please request your invitation here: https://digitalhealth.london/digital-therapeutics-in-the-nhs/

More information here: https://digitalhealth.london/digital-therapeutics-in-the-nhs/

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