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Alertacall Safety Confirmation Service

Alertacall is a truly preventative and ‘fully managed’ telecare solution How Alertacall works – explained in 30 second TV advert. {flvremote}http://www.alertacall.com/FLVPlayer/30SecondTVadvert.flv{/flvremote} Alertacall can help local authorities in a number of different ways: Effectively introduce telecare in to your community Provide support to a broad range of people at low cost Achieve your council’s telecare targets with ‘no hassle’ Detect growing healthcare and cognitive problems Identify who might benefit from more sophisticated telecare Complement all your existing telecare Please download our PDF: Top 10 Reasons to choose Alertacall. http://www.alertacall.com THIS PAGE HAS BEEN PAID FOR, AND THE CONTENT PRODUCED BY, THE... Continue Reading

Telehealth in Hackney (UK)

3 minutes 21 seconds. Title: Telehealth in Hackney This is the clearest explanation I have seen of how remote patient health monitoring is managed in the NHS, what patients do, and its benefits. The 3.21 minute video on YouTube does not hide its Docobo origin, but that fact is not ‘in-your-face’. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRVfVAWg5Bg The video was made by Choose Independence Ltd.... Continue Reading

Telecare and telehealth coming together in Norfolk (UK)

...is no implication that AT has a remote component in any way, which is the key defining characteristic of telecare, telehealth, telemedicine, etc. When I was contracted to work at the Department of Health I frequently reminded civil servants and Ministers not to refer to telecare as ‘assistive technology’ and I thought that eventually the message did get through. At least by the time the Preventative Technology Grant conditions were published. And now it raises its head again… OK, rant over! My thanks to Saneth Wijayaratna of Telemedcare Ltd for alerting me to the 7 minute video.   [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ukJMscqLak]  ... Continue Reading

Terminology: Telehealth, telemedicine, telehomecare and telespeech

This post continues the focus on the terminology problems. Watch this 6½ minute video of US Senator for South Dakota John Thune advocating (successfully) an increase in funding for telehealth in October 2007. It is interesting to observe his superordinate use of the term ‘telehealth’, with ‘telemedicine’ sometimes seeming to be used interchangeably, and sometimes subordinately to it when contrasted with ‘telehomecare”.... Continue Reading

Tech Savvy Elderly May Boost Telecare Market

As regular Telecare Aware readers will know, Wireless Healthcare is a favourite source of articles, so it is a pity that in this commercial report they have produced they chose to perpetuate the use of the pejorative term ‘elderly’ instead of the less value-laden ‘older people’. Wireless Healthcare’s story on the report [Page URL “http://www.wirelesshealthcare.co.uk/wh/news/wk05-08-0003.htm” reported to be compromised by malware 16 March 2015].... Continue Reading

DLF launches new version of SARA

Not telecare, but of interest to readers, the new version of the DLF’s online self assessment tool, SARA (Self Assessment, Rapid Access), includes a number of improvements based on user feedback. It is no longer necessary to register to use the service; there are more images; a more accessible design, and reports are generated more quickly. Birmingham City and Croydon Council have also licensed SARA for their own use as part of the Department of Health’s pilot project to test and evaluate the concept of self assessment.... Continue Reading