Act quickly if you want to download and listen to the BBC’s 9 minute item on telecare broadcast yesterday as the download will only be available for a few days. Although introduced in terms of “Can such technology help people… Read moreBBC telecare report available for download – for a few days
CATEL, a French e-health hub, is organizing a free international conference Télésanté 2008 on March 20th 2008. The subject is From dreams to reality…The 4 key steps. The aim is to show a large audience that e-health solutions are working,… Read moreConference: Télésanté 2008 (France)
As mentioned previously, Radio 4 is featuring telecare at the end of its series on care in the UK, on Wednesday, 30th. You can listen via internet. Aragon Housing Association/Bedfordshire County Council press release.
First of a two-part issue is out today. Interesting content, worth setting aside some time to explore, including the presentation slides from the speakers at the London event: summary of the London Telecare event telehealth briefing from Dr Simon Brownsell… Read moreCSIP's February Telecare Newsletter
Not telecare, but an item that will interest many readers. It’s about design values for technology (in its very broadest sense) for the post-war baby boom generation. The trend will have an effect on the ‘consumerisation’ of telecare. Even the… Read moreWhat a great-looking grab bar!
The contract is to provide nursing care for pediatric patients discharged from Kaiser Permanente’s facilities who need nursing services at home. Actually I’ve only listed this because it is a classic of how to kill a potentially interesting story with… Read moreEncounterCare Solutions' telehealth contract with Kaiser Permanente (US)
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Singapore’s A*STAR Agency for Science, Technology and Research are working together to provide remote healthcare services that allow patients to be treated independently of time and location and of the equipment provided by… Read moreInitiative Globalises Wearable Health Monitoring Applications
Health Minister Michael McGimpsey is reported as announcing additional funding for telecare services at the Continua Winter Summit last week. “Within three years there will be around 5,000 patients in Northern Ireland with chronic disease who will have access to… Read moreNorthern Ireland kick-off for Connected Health: 5,000 target
Denbighshire’s first Joint Health and Social Care Commissioning strategy for Older People’s Service Great to see ‘telecare’, ‘telehealth technology’ and ‘establishing a comprehensive integrated community equipment service’ all in the same sentence. AM praises telecare devices for elderly Welsh Assembly… Read moreTwo items from Wales
Docobo has unveiled a multi-user version of its HealthHUB portable home monitor. It means that two or more patients can now utilise one device. Full story.