NICE is seeking input to inform its project to revamp its digital services including its main website, NICE Connect.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) says:
“Over the last 20 years we’ve established ourselves as a world leader in guidance development. We want to keep our reputation for rigour and excellence while reviewing how we produce, present and use guidance in a digital age.”
The project is centred around the ways people access information, which has evolved over the 20 years of NICE’s existence. NICE Connect seeks to make Guidance easier to find and use. Real-world data and digital technologies are also cited as key to success of the project.
Advice underpinning treatments and medicines recommendations will be easily found in the one-stop-shop of the new NICE system.
Find out more and register to take part in NICE Connect here.