Caring Together to transform health and wellbeing… delivered through TECS
Friday, 12 June 2015 from 09:00 to 16:30 (BST)
Caring Together to transform health and wellbeing… delivered through Technology Enabled Care
TSA, East Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group (ECCCG) and the North West Coast Academic Health Science Network (NWCAHSN), are working in partnership to host a unique one day event entitled Caring Together to transform health and wellbeing… delivered through Technology Enabled Care, which will promote the application of the recently published NHS England Technology Enabled Care Services (TECS) toolkit.
Delegates attending the event will have a unique opportunity to hear about ECCCG’s intentions as part of the STOPandGO project and contribute to the co-design of technology to assist in delivering local integrated care.
The event will bring together national policy, EU projects and the supply of technology enabled care along with the local approach to developing integrated care in Eastern Cheshire. It will connect clinicians, the public and commissioners of healthcare with the suppliers and innovators in technology enabled care and provide an opportunity to work together to test the art of the possible in the future design and application of technology enable care.
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TSA - The voice of technology enabled care
TSA is the industry body for Technology Enabled Care (TEC), representing the largest industry specific network in Europe and bringing together a growing membership of organisations across local government, health and the private sector.
TSA organises the annual International Technology Enabled Care Conference and drives quality throughout the sector through its internationally recognised Integrated Code of Practice.
It is estimated that TSA’s members currently help over 1.7 million people to remain in their own homes (rather than hospitals, care homes and other institutional settings) – supported by their families, friends and carers in familiar surroundings.
TSA works across health, housing and social care through a wide range of public services (NHS, local authorities, Fire and Rescue Services), housing associations, leading industry suppliers, independent and voluntary sector organisations.
TSA welcomes all organisations who have a professional or commercial interest in the provision of technology assisted services, including telecare, telehealth and mHealth.