How can technology improve the health and care services you deliver, or that you and your family receive?
What do you want to see in a modern health and care system – in your professional role or personal life?
A new Digital Health and Social Care Strategy for Scotland is being developed and the Scottish Government is looking for your ideas and your views.
Digital has the potential to reshape Scotland’s health and social care, enabling more user-centred services, improved outcomes, better user experiences and a better working environment for professionals.
Following the ethos of the National Conversation, as many and as wide a range of views and ideas are being gathered. Here’s your chance to shape the future of services by giving your feedback on what you feel are the priorities, the opportunities and the challenges.
The Dialogue platform where you can give feedback will be available until 5pm on 31 October 2017, with the new Strategy scheduled for publication at the end of the year. Registration is quick and easy, and as well as giving your own ideas you can comment on others and rate them too.
Please share this opportunity and encourage as many of your friends, family, and work colleagues to join you in giving ideas and opinions.
You can also keep up to date by following the Strategy on the Scottish Government’s eHealth Twitter account @eHealthScotland.