The platform was created to ensure that professionals supporting residents have the right information, at the right time and in the right way. 

The digital platform provides the infrastructure that can be rapidly adopted in other priority areas to drive improvements in the health and wealth of Greater Manchester’s 2.8m citizens, whether this is in health, care or the wider public sector.  We’re already looking at how it can be applied in Victim Support, Homelessness and other important areas of health.

The platform will give people much more control over their own data, who’s seeing their data and for what purpose.

The platform can be utilised by public sector partners to solve local problems, using exsiting infrastructure that can be rapidly adopted to drive improvements. Such as the ‘Early Years’ app that digitises the paper-based assessments currently used to review a child’s development up to the age of 2.5 years. The app is available for use in all Greater Manchester localities.

To find out how to adopt the early years app in your area, or how to use the platform to solve a problem email


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