Blog Post Recap: No-code and the NHS

No-code technology has the potential to revolutionize the way that healthcare providers work, making it easier and faster for them to provide services.

The NHS benefits from using no-code technology in a variety of ways, such as:

1. Speed – No-code solutions allow teams to build applications without coding, so they can be created and deployed quickly. This means that new applications or updates can be completed in a fraction of the time compared with traditional development methods.

2. Cost efficiency – Using no-code solutions eliminates the need for expensive software licenses and large development teams, resulting in significant cost savings over traditional development methods.

3. Data Accessibility – No-code solutions make data more accessible by providing an easy-to-use interface that allows non-technical users to access information quickly and accurately. This makes it easier for clinicians to share patient data across multiple locations, giving them better insight into care plans and improving decision making processes throughout their organization.

In short, implementing no-code technologies into the NHS enables quicker delivery times of new digital tools while cutting costs associated with manual labor associated with front end development activities meaning improved overall service delivery at reduced costs for taxpayers, which is something we should all strive towards!

Read about how UHCW NHS Trust used App Rail to build a platform for concern reporting →

NHS Trust? See how App Rail can help.