How to use the NHS website to book flat foot physiotherapists
By Claire WilliamsKENSINGTON SQUARE – FEBRUARY 06: A woman visits a physiotherapy paper at Kensington Square Hospital in London, Britain on February 6, 2018.
The NHS is seeking to streamline the way people get to the emergency departments to make it easier to access physiotherapy.
(Photo by Justin Tallis/Getty Images)The Health Service Executive (HSE) has announced a $300 million upgrade to its online booking system, which has been criticized for not always working properly.
The new system is aimed at speeding up booking requests for physiotherapy and other services.
The £2.2 billion upgrade will bring the service’s capacity to 20,000 in 2020, up from 8,000 today.
“We are investing in the digital infrastructure to make the booking experience as easy as possible for people to book physiotherapy,” said a spokesperson for the HSE.
“The upgrade will make it quicker and easier to book in our online booking site and to book for physiotherapeutic services in the future.”
“The NHS is looking to build on the momentum of this technology and is currently working with industry partners to deliver the improvements we need,” she added.
According to the latest data from the National Health Service Authority, the Hses booking system has been used by over 5,000 people every day in the past six months.
In a statement, the NHS said: “With a growing number of people needing physiotherapy services and an increasing number of hospitals having an on-call physiotherapist, the service is becoming a real priority.”
This is why we are continuing to work with other NHS providers to upgrade our website and to make sure that people can access the best possible care.
“The HSE’s website is currently available only in the US and UK, with the service being available to residents of the Republic of Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.
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