West Midlands Regional TEC Event - 19th September 2016
Monday, 19 September 2016 from 09:00 to 16:00 (BST)
Digital transformation, innovation and
Technology Enabled Care delivery in the West Midlands
Monday 19th September 2016
Birmingham City Football Club
St. Andrews Stadium, Cattell Rd, Birmingham B9 4RL
THIS EVENT IS CURRETNLY FULLY SUBSCRIBED - HOWEVER IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD YOURSELF TO THE EVENT WAITLIST PLEASE DO SO BY CLICKING ON THE ABOVE LINK
TSA have been working in partnership West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN) to put together a FREE one day TECS event focussed on Digital transformation, innovation and Technology Enabled Care delivery in the West Midlands.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Alyson Scurfield, Chief Executive, TSA
- Dr Ruth Chambers OBE, Chair, Stoke-on-Trent CCG and LTC Network Clinical Lead,West Midlands Academic Health Science Network
- Neil Mortimer, Business Manager, West Midlands Academic Health Science Network
- Julian Mellor, Programme Manager, Integrated Care, Health Education England (West Midlands local team)
- Jim Ellam, Assistive Technology Lead, Staffordshire County Council
- Professor Theo Arvanitis, Chair in e-Health Innovation and Head of Research, Institute of Digital Healthcare
The day will also feature a number of interactive breakout sessions. The full programme for the event will be available in due course.
Registration on the day will be from 09:00 with the opening plenary commencing at 09:55. Refreshments and lunch will be provided and the day is expected to close at 16:00
The day will also feature a table top display, featuring a number of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of TECS who will be showcasing some of the latest products to hit the market.
Table top displays are now fully booked - if you have any queries regarding this please contact TSA on 01625 520 320 or email email@example.com
During this event we will:
- Review the challenge Health and Care face by examining where we are now
- Consider how we can make the most of the opportunities that technology offers in transforming health and care
- Reflect on and indicate where action is required on key areas including standards to support the future of Technology Enabled Care
- Consider and test out technologies to enable actions to improve.
When & Where
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.