Med-Tech Innovation May 22, 2024
Chris Whitehouse

In recent years, digital technologies, particularly health apps, have surged in popularity and now play a pivotal role within the healthcare system. With demand growing, questions about their regulation become increasingly pertinent.

The COVID-19 pandemic saw an explosion in the use of, and interest in, digital innovations, and many of these solutions are now a part of the wider healthcare landscape focused on improving the mental health of the population and the delivery of health services.

But, significant challenges remain in how digital is described; how innovation, research and development is supported; and how clarity is given to the system on the role and place of digital mental health. This includes concerns regarding the NHS’s Digital Technology Assessment Criteria (DTAC),...

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