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3/23/2016 12:00:00 AM
Imagine a world where healthcare professionals are able to identify if patients need help at home and can immediately alert the right person - be it A&E, a fire brigade responder or family member - even before the person knows something is wrong. This is the vision of the City University London’s new City TECS (Technology Enabled Care Studio) Smart Home Facility.
3/15/2016 12:00:00 AM
Tunstall Healthcare, Australasia’s leading connected care provider, has collaborated with Women’s Refuge New Zealand to expand support to women affected by family violence through a customised 24-hour emergency monitoring service.
Housing LIN Extra Care Conference showcased benefits of integrated approach 3/14/2016 12:00:00 AM
One Housing revealed some of the secrets behind the success of its Roseberry Mansions Reablement Service at a packed workshop during the fifth annual Housing LIN Extra Care Conference on 11 March.
Tunstall launches new industry resource and highlights the role of Connected Care and Connected Health in improving outcomes 3/11/2016 12:00:00 AM
Tunstall Healthcare is attending the Housing LIN’s fifth annual conference, launching a new best practice guide in conjunction with Housing LIN and supporting two pivotal Knowledge and Innovation Exchange Sessions, as well as contributing to a debate on the future of extra care housing.
3/10/2016 12:00:00 AM
PegasusLife is a specialist developer, on a mission to re-invent retirement housing. Established in 2012, the company’s philosophy is that everyone, irrespective of age, shares the aspiration to live in a beautiful designed, socially inclusive environment, supported by first class services and maintenance regimes.
How has PegasusLife worked together with Tunstall to include Connected Care solutions in its developments, to help to realise its vision of creating caring, safe and secure environments, which promote healthy living and wellbeing?
Showcasing a range of patient support solutions bringing efficiencies to pharmaceutical development 3/9/2016 12:00:00 AM
Tunstall Healthcare Group is attending the third annual Clinical Innovation Congress in London to showcase its Connected health solutions for remote patient monitoring and patient engagement.
3/8/2016 12:00:00 AM
Following extensive market testing Boots UK and Tunstall Healthcare have announced the launch of a new service called “Home Assist” which aims to fill a much needed gap in the provision of telecare services to the “non-public funded” market.
3/8/2016 12:00:00 AM
The current operating environment across the social care and wider health economy is under increasing strain due to levels of presentations at A&E departments rising, as well as delayed discharge from hospitals placing growing pressure on bed availability and limiting patients’ recovery as they remain in hospital settings beyond the optimum time. Budgetary restraints within the health sector and Local Government has exacerbated the pressures further.
Reablement services support people to regain abilities and confidence that may have been reduced or lost through illness or disability, reducing ongoing care needs through sustaining independent living. How can including telecare in reablement services help to find the right balance between managing risks and enabling independence, improving patients’ recovery and delivering clinically safe services at a reduced cost?
Council is planning to renovate its sheltered housing schemes over the next five years as part of the Sparkle Project 3/3/2016 12:00:00 AM
Kettering Borough Council and Tunstall Healthcare are working together to futureproof ten sheltered housing schemes using connected care solutions as part of the Sparkle project.
2/25/2016 12:00:00 AM
In common with local authorities across England, Sheffield City Council has been subject to budget cuts in recent years, affecting some of its services. As a result, in 2012/2013, the Council’s City Wide Care Alarms service was required to examine ways in which it could operate more cost effectively, and so began to explore options for delivering the service in a different way. In early 2013, the Council undertook a procurement exercise, meeting with three telecare monitoring providers, and choosing Tunstall Response for the delivery of the five year contract due to its superior infrastructure, procedures and service delivery.
How has City Wide Care Alarms worked with Tunstall to ensure that outsourcing its service has led to increased efficiency and customer satisfaction?