Remote Health Pathways

Remote Health Pathways are the use of digital monitoring technology to enable citizens to receive, record and relay relevant information about their current health and wellbeing.

The Heart Failure Remote Health pathway has been developed to support the monitoring of heart failure patients by specialist heart failure nurses (or heart failure clinicians where applicable) to enable: 

GP DACS (General Practice Digital Asynchronous Consultation Systems) is a service within the Remote Health Pathways that describes a range of online General Practice digital tools that support clinical triage and remote consultations where the healthcare provider and the patient are not necessarily present at the same time.  Currently progressing within the discovery phase of the project where we are capturing insights from both clinical and non-clinical users in order to inform a set of requirements and business case.