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Paul Burstow MP, Minister of State for Care Services, has reaffirmed the government's commitment to mainstreaming telehealth and telecare services, to help ensure a better quality of care and greater independence for people with long-term conditions.
Headquartered in Malmo, Sweden STT Condigi has businesses in Sweden, Denmark and Finland as well as a growing export division. STT Condigi has been built from its suite of software services which are provided to local authorities and providers of care in the community which allow carer optimization, mobile planning, activity reporting and mobile alarm handling. In addition it offers a range of independent living products as well as communications systems for nursing homes.
Hillingdon Council is offering free Lifeline telecare packages from Tunstall to residents over the age of 85 through its TeleCareLine service, to promote safe and independent living by bringing support for service users directly into their homes.
Birmingham City Council has today launched its large-scale, city-wide telecare service in partnership with Tunstall. The service, which is believed to be the first of its kind in the UK, will benefit up to 25,000 people over the next three years and marks a significant milestone in how the city council is supporting more adults to remain in their own homes for longer, reducing the need for hands-on home care or a move into residential care.
Leading telehealth and telecare services provider, Tunstall Healthcare, is supporting a new approach that aims to transform the lives of three million people with long-term conditions or social care needs, utilising telehealth and telecare within health and social care services.
NHS Oldham and Oldham Council are working in partnership with leading healthcare company Tunstall, providing patients with advanced telehealth solutions that will support them in the management of their long-term conditions.
Telehealth service will help Trust meet QIPP targets, generate savings and provide additional support for patients with COPD.