HIQA Launches National Surveys on Digital Health and Social Care


HIQA Launches National Surveys on Digital Health and Social Care


The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) is carrying out a National Engagement on Digital Health and Social Care in partnership with the Department of Health and the Health Service Executive (HSE).

The aim of the engagement is to identify professionals’ and the public’s wants, needs, and readiness for digital health and social care. This includes learning about the attitudes of occupational therapists to the public having digital access to their own health and social care information and possible impacts of digital care for occupational therapists and the public.

HIQA is asking you to take the online survey because it is important to hear the views of occupational therapists on this timely subject. The survey will take 15 minutes to complete and is available until 8 October.

HIQA is also seeking the opinions of other professionals in medicine as well as in dentistry, medicine, nursing and midwifery, pharmacy, pre-hospital emergency care, psychology, and those registered with CORU (Ireland's multi-profession health regulator).   

The findings of the national engagement will be used by HIQA, the Department of Health, and the HSE to help develop recommendations, strategies, policies, and legislation in relation to the digitisation of health and social care services. The results will be made available on www.hiqa.ie.

For more information and to complete the survey, please visit the HIQA website.

Complete the survey here.







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