DDM's behavioural change app, Gro Health, has successfully passed the Digital Technology Assessment Criteria (DTAC) review conducted by NHSx.
The Digital Technology Assessment Criteria, or DTAC for short, ensures products meet NHS standards in: clinical safety, data protection, cyber security, interoperability and accessibility.
The DTAC brings together legislation and recognised good practice into one place, helping the system to assess products quickly and consistently.
The app passed all areas of the DTAC, and received 100% for usability and accessibility.
Arjun Panesar, Founding Chief Operations Officer of DDM comments: "We're delighted to receive DTAC approval for our Gro Health app. Our behaviour change app can empower almost any patient, with any health condition, anywhere in the world with evidence-based, clinically-proven behaviour change support."
The app recently became the highest Orcha-rated app, receiving a 96% assessment score.
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