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30th November 2015 – Simon Arnold, Chief Customer Officer for Tunstall Healthcare presented a cheque today for £25,000 to The Silver Line, a national charity that helps reduce loneliness in isolated, older people. The donation was accepted on behalf of the charity by President and Founder Dame Esther Rantzen DBE at The Silver Line Helpline National Conference in London.
Tunstall Healthcare Group (‘Tunstall’ or ‘the Group’), the market leading provider of technology enabled care services, today publishes its annual results for the year ended 30th September 2015.
Now situated in a larger complex in Tauranga New Zealand, the office relocation enables Tunstall to maintain its local 24/7 emergency response service while focussing on growing and expanding telehealth and connected care programs nationally.
Leading partner for providers of technology enabled health and care services, Tunstall Healthcare, will be revealing its latest Connected Care and Connected Health solutions at this year’s Telecare Services Association International Telecare and Telehealth Conference in Wales.
Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast have been commissioned to carry out an evaluation of the Telemonitoring NI telehealth service which helps patients become more involved in their own care.
Tunstall Healthcare Group (‘Tunstall’ or ‘the Group’), the market leading provider of technology enabled care services, today hosts an annual meeting of its lending syndicate to present its financial results for the year ended 30th September 2015 and to provide an update on the Group’s operational and strategic progress in the financial year and business plan for the next five years.
Northern Ireland has a population of approximately 1.8 million people. Around two thirds of people aged 75 years or older in Northern Ireland are living with one or more chronic diseases. 69% of health and social care spend, 60% of all GP visits and 72% of acute hospital bed days are related to chronic disease. Increasing demand and the rising cost of care, along with a declining health budget in Northern Ireland, has meant that the health service has to find better and more efficient ways to ensure that high quality services continue to be provided. Telemonitoring is a prime example of this innovation.
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Tunstall Televida supports more than 250,000 people across Spain with telecare and associated services, and its eight monitoring centres manage more than 16 million calls each year.
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Tunstall Healthcare Australasia has developed a new smartphone app linked to a 24-hour monitoring system that is designed to provide security to lone workers such as community nurses.