«Stoke-on-Trent City Council has launched an app to give people access to a library of digital health apps.«

«It has set up the service with ORCHA – the Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Apps – with the aim of incorporating its own app library.»

«The app is free to use and is aimed at helping residents to find specialist apps to manage their health.»

«The council said its own library will have hundreds of independently reviewed and highly rated health apps on a range of medical and lifestyle issues.»

«It added that there are over 375,000 available but 85% do not meet agreed quality thresholds.»

Article written by Mark Say



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