The Organization for the Review of Care and Health Applications (ORCHA), today announce its involvement with a new U.S. framework for assessing digital health technologies, including mobile apps and web-based tools used by healthcare providers and consumers.
The UK’s first Digital Health Academy, aiming to help build a digital-ready frontline workforce, is now open to all health and care staff across the UK.
ORCHA has been placed at number seven on a list of the top 50 HealthTech companies in the UK. ORCHA’s digital health libraries are now used by doctors across extensive parts of the NHS and in 12 other countries.
Consumer research published on 9th May 2022 reveals that people aged from 18 to 44 years old would choose digital health to support a mental health condition over and above prescription medication, such as an antidepressant. The independent research was carried out by OnePoll, which interviewed 2000 people for ORCHA.

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