A project run by NHS Calderdale CCG has suggested that telehealth in care homes could cut hospital admissions by as much as third
Tunstall Healthcare and InHealthcare have joined forces to roll out a series of services that aim to integrate health and social care.
Hertfordshire County Council expects 4000 people a year to benefit from its new telecare contract with Tunstall Healthcare.
A project using simple technology has led to a big reduction in falls in nursing homes – and made NHS Lothian a winner in the EHI Awards.
A £5m telehealth project in Gloucestershire has deployed less than a quarter of its 2,000 devices in its first ten months.
The planned benefits of the largest telehealth scheme outside the whole systems demonstrator programme have not been realised and GPs are now being given incentive payments to use it.
The TF3 consortium has won a six year contract to provide a remote telemonitoring service to more than 8,000 patients across Northern Ireland.
Tunstall has added a web-based activity monitoring system from Just Checking to its portfolio of telehealthcare solutions.
The Department of Health, Technology Strategy Board and Economic and Social Research will provide universities and businesses across Britain with more than £9m to develop cost effective technology services for independent living.
NHS North Yorkshire and York has announced that it will implement 2,000 telehealth systems from Tunstall following a successful pilot across the county.