These pages showcase guidance, policy and examples of our work for staff and our partners, and anyone else who’s interested.
The countdown has begun. There are now just 10 weeks to go until we switch off www.dh.gov.uk and move over to the single government website GOV.UK. Our scheduled go-live date is Tuesday 26 March and with Christmas behind us it … – Just 10 weeks to go until DH moves to GOV.UK
We’ve just published our digital strategy. It sets out how the Department of Health will give its staff the knowledge, skills, tools and confidence to embrace digital in an increasingly digital world. It’s been quite a task to produce it and … – The DH digital strategy
This article by Rachel Neaman, the DH digital leader, originally appeared on the Guardian’s Public Leaders Network: Government is not just about large-scale services. What does going digital mean for departments that focus instead on policy making or administration? My own … – Digital by default requires a concerted culture change
We work closely with our Arms Length Bodies (ALBs) and are encouraging them to share their examples of using digital tools and techniques. In this post, Ingrid from CQC tells us how they are improving their offer through the use … – How the CQC is helping people find good care
After a few months of increasing our communications to DH colleagues about the move to GOV.UK (which we talked about in an earlier blog), we thought we’d share the feedback we’ve been getting. In recent weeks, we have done quite … – So how is GOV.UK being received at DH?