If your organisation would be interested in having access to the platform, register your interest.

The Scottish Government/COSLA Digital Maturity Assessment Survey supports the shift to embed digital ways of working as a pre-requisite to improving outcomes in health and social care.

The web-based platform supports organisations to:

  • regularly review the various sections within the survey, track progress and plot change over time;
  • produce reports for planning and reporting purposes, including business cases;
  • compare organisational results to national averages;
  • inform national planning, co-ordination and priority setting.

In April 2023, all NHS Boards, Health and Social Care Partnership’s and Local Authorities were invited to participate in the survey. The online platform re-opened in October, with the move to a continuous operating model, allowing organisations to plot results in a time series.

Digital Health & Care Scotland want to extend access to the platform to all social care organisations across third and independent sectors in Scotland. A pilot is underway, which involved customising the existing question set.

The survey is divided into three sections across a range of topics. There is also a staff survey, which while anonymous will enable you to understand staff members experience and their learning requirements across a range of care settings.

A range of tools to facilitate collaboration is answering the sections is available within the platform itself.

If your organisation would be interested in having access to the platform, please register your interest. Registration is not a final commitment but to help Scottish Government and plan resource needs.  

Digital Health & Care Scotland will notify you as soon as the platform is open. If you have any questions please contact marion.logan@gov.scot

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