NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
In the UK, we pride ourselves on universal access to healthcare, but what happens to people who are offline, if our systems are increasingly online? We know there is a link between digital inequality and poorer health outcomes and so we are working increasingly in the space of health and technology enabled care to try and ensure that universal healthcare is really there for everyone.
Working with Health Improvement teams, looking specifically at how digital tools can support Type 2 Diabetes self management, Mhor Collective worked alongside primary care staff to support digital skills and confidence. We also provide direct patient support, boosting essential digital skills which allow them to engage and utilise self management tools and opportunities to manage their condition.