Digi.me is on a mission to empower individuals with personal data from across their lives. Individuals being in control of their data and able to gather it securely all in one place not only enables better personal insights, but also opens the way to benefit from sharing that data with consent.
Healthcare is one of the areas where individuals would benefit from being empowered with their data – and digi.me is at the forefront of driving patient centricity. This puts individuals at the centre of their medical care, able to access their own medical data and with greater insight and control over their own treatment.
We have already been featured as a case study in the Future Agenda Future of Patient Data report on healthcare, alongside Apple, iCarbonX, Deepmind and Amazon.
Now, in huge leap forward in patient centricity in the UK, digi.me users will imminently be able to access NHS health data held by GPs.
As part of our efforts to further understand the practicalities, opportunities and challenges of a patient-centric approach to healthcare, we would like to invite you to join us for a UK health focus group event.
It will take place on Tuesday, May 14 from 6-8.30pm at London Bridge Hive, 1 Melior Place, London, SE1 3SZ.
You can register here – and we are offering each qualifying participant a £30 Amazon gift card to thank them for their time.
The workshop aims to gather valuable individual feedback which will help develop the ideas and technology enabling our patient centricity vision. The workshop will:
- Explore the opportunities and challenges for patient empowerment
- Offer hands-on time with our new app which empowers individuals with their data
We are looking for people from all backgrounds to take part and you do not need to be technically savvy to participate. To be eligible for the workshop and the gift card, participants will need to:
- Have working Patient Online login details for an EMIS GP Practice which has enabled record access (immunisations, medications, conditions, etc). Click here for more information on how to get Patient Online access
- Have an Android or iPhone phone and be willing to install the app
- Arrive from 6pm for a 6.30 start, and take part in the the full workshop
- Complete a brief questionnaire at the end of the workshop
We will be in touch before the workshop to answer any questions and ensure you have everything you need to take part.
Patient Centricity background
Session 1 – exploring the opportunities and challenges
Session 2 – using the app
Anonymised feedback from the workshop will be written up and published online.
Photos will also be taken as part of the event but you will be able to opt out of them being used.
If you would like to get updates on our UK health app, as well as future events and features, but can’t make the May 14 event, please register your interest here.