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Tunstall Healthcare, the leading provider of telehealth and telecare solutions, has renewed its commitment to supporting working carers by joining Employers for Carers, the national membership forum for employers supported by Carers UK.
Contour Homes has been shortlisted for the most Creative Use of Technology in the TSA Crystal Awards at this year’s International Telehealth and Telecare Conference, taking place at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole from 11th-13th November.
Alzheimer's Society today (4 November 2013) is calling on providers, academics, leaders and users of assistive technology to take joint action on creating a dementia-friendly technology charter.
Tunstall Healthcare Group has appointed Paul Stobart as its new Chief Executive Officer as the company pays tribute to outgoing CEO Gil Baldwin.
Tunstall Healthcare, the leading provider of telehealth and telecare solutions, will be highlighting results from some of its key telehealthcare programmes at this year’s National Children and Adult Services Conference (NCASC) in Harrogate.
Grouped living communications system will provide bespoke management and flexibility to support independent living for older people.
Tunstall Healthcare is proud to support the work of SEQOL and congratulates the team on its success in the Health Services Journal (HSJ) Efficiency Awards, which recognise the healthcare leaders that are improving the patient experience and evidencing efficiencies. Tunstall has worked with SEQOL since the organisation was established in 2011, providing a range of telehealth technologies.
Comprehensive telecare service will benefit up to 4,000 older and vulnerable people over the next 12 months.
A report from the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and Tunstall Healthcare is highlighting the importance of integration and how redesigned housing solutions, incorporating assistive technology, can help improve health and wellbeing. The final report from CIH and Tunstall on Delivering housing, health and care outcomes is based on a series of high level summits held earlier this year. CIH and Tunstall developed these summits to unite housing, health and care leaders and speakers to debate the opportunities and challenges facing the sectors.
Service brings reduction in emergency hospital admissions and GP visits for patients; enables Trust to meet quality improvement targets and secure financial support for continued delivery of telehealthcare across the South of England.