Top 5 most read blog articles in 2020

Published: 9th December 2020
In this post, we highlight our top 5 most read blog articles for 2020.

The following articles have made it into our top 5 “most read” in 2020, according to our website reports. Have you read them?

1. Digital Health: Consultant Connect data reveals usage has soared during COVID-19

Digital Health News has reported on our latest performance benchmark data. Our data has revealed the usage of our products soared by as much as 380% during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more…

2. Patient Case Studies: Using A&G to ease COVID + Winter pressures

As the NHS faces Winter plus COVID, can technology help in alleviating some of the pressures? The simple answer is yes. We’ve used a selection of recent patient case studies to highlight how Advice & Guidance is now part of the central NHS landscape and is already playing a significant part in helping to ease pressure. Read more…


3. FAQs – Referral Backlog Triage for the NHS

We are now triaging waiting lists for Trusts with backlogs of referrals that have built up due to COVID-19. The service uses our National Consultant Network (NCN). It’s the same network we launched 2 years ago which currently supports more than 50 NHS trusts with their capacity to deliver Advice & Guidance. Read more…

4. NHS Area Case Study: Enfield – project update & expansion plans

Six months ago, Consultant Connect launched in Enfield, NHS North Central London CCG to support key services during the COVID-19 pandemic. We caught up with Senior Programme Manager, Stephen Wells from Enfield Borough Directorate to discuss how the project has been performing since launch. Read more…

5. In practice: quick ways to respond to COVID-19

Advice & Guidance has become a central part of the new landscape since we wrote ‘5 ways COVID affected NHS Advice & Guidance’ in June 2020. We share examples of how we are using IG secure tech to help NHS areas with their response. Read more…

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