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What Is The Problem Anyway? Prof George Crooks OBE
Ageing society Chronic conditions Lack of health professionals Financial unsustainability Health inequalities HLY vs LE
Future Service Model
The National Delivery Plan for Telehealth and Telecare
From Supportive Self Management To Co Production
Keep it S I M P L E
internet TV telecare Face 2 Face SMS video mobile What we will do
SERVICE REDESIGN ICT Education and Training
Do not use disease specific solutions ONE PROBLEM
Themes from community engagement Giving back Caring for others Recognising resilience Sharing skills and experience with others Connecting people and communities Technology
Themes from community engagement
The Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare The Scottish Assisted Living Programme Board The Innovation Centre
Collaboration the Key to Success
Prof John Windsor, Head of Department of Surgery Secretary - General of ….. founding Director of …..
Plum Consulting, London, T +44 (0) , Using technology to improve the quality of life of older and disabled people David.
1 Copyright © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential Internet Business Solutions Group Video : responding to medical needs regardless.
Donna Henderson Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare 23rd February 2012.
Perspectives from around the UK An Update from Scotland Moira Mackenzie Telecare Development Manager, SCTT.
Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland Getting Knowledge into Action for Person-Centred Care Bibliotherapy in NHSScotland 23 rd September 2013.
Some issues raised by the implementation of integrated care for patients with chronic diseases National Implementation of Innovations in Integrated Care.
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An introduction to telehealth for managers – Unit M1 Dr Paul Rice David Barrett.
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Melanie Corish, Programme Director, Modernising Mental Health New Mental Health Services for Bristol.
PATIENTS FOR PRIMARY CARE – WHY WE CANNOT DO IT ALONE Anders Olauson, EPF President Agrenska Chairman The Future of Primary Care in Europe IV, Gothenborg,
ICT and Lifelong Learning Robin Mason Institute of Educational Technology The Open University.
Ageing Well in the Information Society
Smarter Regulation and Competitiveness The Scottish Perspective Prof Russel Griggs, OBE Regulatory Review Group, Chair July 2013.
Opportunities for Collaborations at the Interface of Aging and Telemedicine (Telehealth) Sue Levkoff, ScD, SM, MSW Professor, College of Social Work CoEE.
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