Providing resources to support the aims of the National Bundle of Care for Children and Young People with Asthma within self-management app.
Beat Asthma, an award winning provider of asthma resources, and Tiny Medical Apps Ltd, developer of the Digital Health Passport, have entered into a partnership to support the aims of NHS England and NHS Improvement’s National Bundle of Care for CYP with asthma by providing targeted resources within the Digital Health Passport, a self-management app for long-term conditions.
Free to download, the Digital Health Passport is an NHS approved app included within the NHS app library. It already contains content from Asthma UK and, with the addition of Beat Asthma, the app will provide these resources to young people nationwide.
Dr Greg Burch, Co-founder and Clinical Director of Tiny Medical Apps said: “This partnership will help Integrated Care Systems deliver the required standards of care for their young people with Asthma whilst putting award winning resources directly into the hands of those who need it most.”
Dr Jen Townshend, CEO, Beat Asthma commented: “Educating and empowering young people with asthma is crucial to improving outcomes. The Digital Health Passport supported by the Beat Asthma resources offers children and young people an opportunity to engage with this, on their terms.”
About Beat Asthma
Beat Asthma is an award winning group of resources developed by a diverse group of people from health professionals to parents to asthma sufferers themselves, all of whom are passionate about improving awareness and knowledge about children’s asthma. Beat Asthma is led by Dr Jen Townshend, General Paediatrician with a Respiratory Interest at the Great North Children’s Hospital.
About Tiny Medical Apps & Digital Health Passport
Tiny Medical Apps, the developers of the Digital Health Passport are ISO 27001 registered software developers and compliant with all clinical safety, security and accessibility requirements. They have a proven track record of getting patient facing products live within the NHS and of co-designing with groups who frequently lack access to services. Their Software as a Service pricing model for whole ICS’s offers terrific value and increases the likelihood of demonstrating economic as well as health benefits over the longer term.
Dr Greg Burch, Joint CEO, Tiny Medical Apps Ltd