Digital Healthcare: the essential guide is a first - a book that captures the frontline experiences of practitioners and managers who've made change happen using new modes of delivering technology enabled care.It offers a practical approach - incorporating case studies, checklists, FAQs and other tools - to adopting simple technology to enhance the way health and care professionals can deliver services.It provides shared experiences to help anyone to engage patients/citizens/service users in taking more responsibility for their care, in any health or social care setting.Different modes of digital healthcare have enormous potential to dramatically revolutionise the delivery of healthcare as we know it in health and social care settings. Technology enabled care greatly improves health outcomes, enhances end users' experiences and saves money. It has to happen. But what exactly is it? And how, when and where should it be implemented? What does it mean for health or care professionals and managers? They all need to understand the implications of digital healthcare and embrace it to make it happen. Digital Healthcare: the essential guide tells them how.It does it with a very practical approach incorporating case studies, checklists, FAQs and other tools, simply providing the insights and answers needed. It has been written by people working on the frontline who between them have vast experience of making digital healthcare work.“(This book) deserves to be found in the hands of everyone who works in the health and care services, because patients deserve to reap the benefits of digital healthcare.” From the Foreword by Julia Manning, CEO, 2020 Health.