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ORCHA has created a COVID-19 App Library so that everyone, including the most vulnerable in our communities, can access quality digital health at home

ORCHA has created a COVID-19 App Library so that everyone, including the most vulnerable in our communities, can access quality digital health at home
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With people across the world self-isolating at home and fewer patients able to attend health and care settings in person due to the outbreak of COVID-19, it has never been more important to leverage digital health resources to help with self-management.

Apps offer a practical tool for health management, remote-monitoring and staying healthy, helping people to self-manage their health and wellbeing, keeping pressure off Health and Care systems like the NHS in a time of high demand, and allowing everyone to protect themselves and others from unnecessary risk.

To support the efforts of health and care systems globally in managing the impact of the current pandemic, ORCHA has created a COVID-19 App Library so that everyone, including the most vulnerable in our communities, can access quality digital health at home.

Health and care professionals can sign up for three months’ free access to our Pro Account by using the upgrade code BEATCOVID19, through which apps can be easily recommended to populations via text or email.


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