App launched to promote collaboration in Digital Healthcare

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Written by Dyan Owen Led by a serial entrepreneur and a leading life sciences expert, D Healths goal is to accelerate growth in the digital healthcare...

Written by Dyan Owen


Led by a serial entrepreneur and a leading life sciences expert, D Health’s goal is to accelerate growth in the digital healthcare sector, which it believes is vital to delivering sustainable health and care services for the future.

The D Health App generates a live newsfeed based on the reader’s position in the supply chain using the web’s most reputable sources. This enables professionals such as GPs, investors and developers to stay informed of the  latest and most relevant sector news.

Dr Steven Dodsworth, CEO at D Health commented: “Digital healthcare incorporates so many market segments - telemedicine, telehealth, telecare, E-Health, M-Health, Health IT, Assisted Living – it’s nearly impossible to keep up with the industry’s news.

“This is a problem as it means that those involved in the supply chain struggle to keep on top of the latest issues affecting their industry. Despite projections, the digital healthcare market isn’t growing as rapidly as it should be, and we believe collaboration between the various supply chain groups is key to ensuring digital healthcare delivers the benefits it’s capable of.

“The D Health App is a first step towards building wider awareness and creating links between the various players in the sector. The more users it has the more content it will generate, so we look forward to seeing it grow into a leading hub for industry news.”

The App was developed by content curation software specialists Better Than Paper. Managing director Ashwin Saddul commented: “Created using our innovative publishing tool, The D-Heath App has been designed to build and empower a digital community around the core issues facing the healthcare sector. It provides easy access to the latest industry news and thought leadership whilst being integrated with social media tools. This will enable D-Health to increase awareness of issues, ideas and relevant opportunities for operators in the digital healthcare market.”

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For more information, images or interviews, please contact Dyan Owen at Weber Shandwick on 01463 716 739 or[email protected].


Digital Healthcare is a holistic term incorporating telemedicine, telehealth, telecare, E-Health, M-Health, Health IT and Assisted Living. As aging populations, lifestyle related diseases and other social and economic drivers continue to dominate global healthcare systems, digital healthcare is rapidly emerging as a key solution for delivering sustainable health and care for the future.

Based in Moray, Scotland, D Health is a specialist consultancy which provides support services to the global digital healthcare community. Combined, D Health’s core team has over 70 years of experience in healthcare as academics, public servants, industry professionals and business leaders. Calling on its industry experience and networks, D Health’s expertise lies in its ability to identify funding, provide market intelligence, scope opportunities, design business/service models and broker partnerships.


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