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Cambridge Digital Health

Specialists in providing mobile app solutions for the healthcare industry
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The widespread use of mobile technologies provides new, innovative ways to improve healthcare delivery and increase patient satisfaction. The improvement can be realised in many ways; saving time spent on processes and focusing it instead on direct patient care, improving efficiency and reducing costs, and most importantly, giving more control to patients.


Cambridge Digital Health (CDH) can help design, build, and host apps, and when necessary, get regulatory approvals from the appropriate bodies, including the MHRA. In developing apps, we apply our intricate understanding of patient and healthcare staff requirements and industry nuances.


Your Ideal Technology Partner


At CDH, we can:

  • Help you design and create apps quickly

  • Tailor-make them to suit the needs and specifications of your healthcare team

  • Provide efficient service and excellent value for money

  • Ensure security is paramount. Our NHS apps are hosted on an IG - compliant N3 server (the highest data security system in the NHS).

Our apps can be deployed globally - we ensure they adhere to relevant local standards, rules and regulations (such as GDPR in the UK and HIPAA in the US).


In the case of apps developed for the NHS, we can customise and brand them for other organisations at a preferential rate.

​We have worked with: ​

  • Cambridge University Hospitals

  • Cambridge and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group

  • Oxford University Hospitals

  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn

  • Cambridge Hearing Trust

  • Cambridge University

  • The Evelyn Trust

  • Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust


App Highlights

(find a full list of our live and in-progress apps, here)

Good Day Bad Day

Enabling staff morale measurement and reporting

ICU Diary

Assisting patients in recovery from major illness and trauma

Rapid Response Team

Improving efficiency in resucitation teams


Meeting the challenge of getting more patients mobile

Good Day, Bad Day

The Good Day Bad Day app lets staff give anonymous feedback on aspects of their work that affects their daily morale. The app asks the simple question, ‘how was your day?’ and allows users to give more specific feedback if they wish. The results are provided as a report for the organisation, allowing them to identify issues quickly and implement timely solutions.

View it on the App Store

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