• The Digiatrics Project is driven by our values - integrity and ethics, quality outcomes, a passion for success, patient autonomy through education and motivation, and improvements in health and wellbeing through partnership working and shared responsibility.

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    About Us

    Digiatrics Limited  has been established by a group of like-minded health professionals, software developers, health educationalists and project managers, working together in partnership with NHS providers, academic institutions and other healthcare companies.


    Our core objectives are to:


    • Activate and encourage patients to self-manage their medical conditions
    • Encourage and support the public to take more excercise and to improve their overall fitness and wellbeing
    • Provide the functionality for Multispecialty Community Providers to engage with patients and the public and to deliver local and national initiatives that will support fitness, health and wellbeing
    • Deliver effective education and care planning for patients whose clinical outcomes depend on their ability to self-manage their medical conditions
    • Ensure people understand the importance of regular key tests
    • Enable people to be treated holistically as individuals, especially when they have more than one medical condition
    • Facilitate peer-to-peer support and mentoring between patients living locally
    • Reduce the number of avoidable hospital admissions and the number of patients who die as a consequence of poor disease management
    • Improve the working environment for health professionals by helping the population to stay healthy and by encouraging patients to share responsibility and decision-making                                                                                     

    Our Mission Statement

    Digiatrics' mission is to build lasting partnerships between patients, the public and the NHS that will see the population becoming more responsible for maintaining and improving their health and actively self-managing their medical conditions with the support and guidance of health professionals, and so improve patient outcomes and the quality of service provision whilst reducing demand on the NHS and establishing a less stressful working environment for health professionals and staff.

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