New guidance has been released by the government to drive digital transformation of the adult social care sector.
The guidance includes the ‘What Good Looks Like’ framework and the Digital Skills framework.
In the press release accompanying the announcement, NCF CEO Vic Rayner OBE said:
“The delivery of great quality, safe and person-centred care is the number one priority for all care providers. Digital approaches to the delivery of care should complement this work of care professionals and many innovative providers are already leading the way in driving this digital transformation, supported by teams who are digitally skilled and confident.
“The publication of both the Digital Skills Framework as well as the What Good Looks Like guidance will be essential resources in the journey towards ensuring all providers and people who receive care and support services can benefit from a digitised adult social care sector”
To read the ‘What Good Looks Like’ framework click here
To read the Digital Skills framework click here