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Malt Yard residents are benefiting from the latest digital technology thanks to Tunstall Healthcare 7/13/2016 12:00:00 AM
PegasusLife’s new Malt Yard development has revolutionised the concept of retirement living, creating desirable ‘homes for life’ with innovative connected care solutions from Tunstall Healthcare.
Marketing your telecare service 7/4/2016 12:00:00 AM
WDH Care Link supports more than 15,000 people in the Wakefield area, through both hardwired
and community alarm systems, as well as its Response and Home Visiting Services.
How has its focused programme of marketing helped to raise awareness of the service, growing the number of connections and increasing the number of people self-funding?
Tunstall LifeCareTM Service Transformation Approach Revealed at Chartered Institute of Housing Conference and Exhibition 2016 6/28/2016 12:00:00 AM
Tunstall Healthcare will be showcasing a range of advanced Connected Care solutions at this year’s CIH conference and exhibition, and explaining how its LifeCare approach can help to transform service delivery and manage demand, using technology as an enabler for change.
National charity Hft is using connected care solutions from Tunstall to enhance the lives of people living with learning disabilities 6/21/2016 12:00:00 AM
Hft, a national charity aiming to give people with learning disabilities the opportunity to live the best life possible, is working with Tunstall Healthcare to provide the people it supports with personalised technology solutions that allow them to live more independent, safe and healthy lives.
6/16/2016 12:00:00 AM
Work with Tameside & Glossop Community Healthcare Long Term Conditions Management Team using Tunstall telehealth solutions reduced hospital admissions by 38%
6/15/2016 12:00:00 AM
Community care provider integratedliving has begun a roll out of telehealth services to 13 different regions in four states following the success of its Staying Strong telehealth pilot project, which trialled inhome and hub-based monitoring of vital signs for older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
6/15/2016 12:00:00 AM
Tunstall Healthcare Group, a world leader in connected healthcare, has acquired the assets of Lifeline Emergency Response Systems of Irvine, California via its US subsidiary, Tunstall Americas. The acquisition expands Tunstall’s leadership role in consolidating the fragmented medical alert market by acquiring and partnering with highly regarded regional providers of connected healthcare monitoring services. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. This acquisition represents Tunstall Americas’ twelfth competitive service conversion since late 2014.
6/9/2016 12:00:00 AM
Hft is a national charity, providing services for people with learning disabilities throughout England. Established in the 1960s, Hft works in partnership with the people it supports, their families and health professionals to develop effective, person-centred services. Its services include supported living, residential care and short breaks, and Hft helps the people it supports to make their own choices, such as by helping them to find jobs, build friendships, and take part in activities.
How is Hft using Personalised Technology to help people with learning disabilities to live more independent, safe, and healthy lives?
Hospital admissions reduced by 38% as a result of Long Term Conditions Management Team being supported by Tunstall telehealth solutions 5/26/2016 12:00:00 AM
Tunstall Healthcare has been working in partnership with Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Community Services, Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Tameside Metropolitan Council (TMBC) to enhance care provision for patients with long-term conditions and help the Trust make more efficient use of healthcare resources.
5/24/2016 12:00:00 AM
Healthcare is facing significant demographic change, and an increasing prevalence of long-term conditions. Within the climate of finite resources, there is an ever increasing emphasis on providing patients with the support and skills to self-manage, and for healthcare services to provide timely interventions that promote well-being, reduce morbidity and more efficient use of healthcare resources.
Could investing in the remote monitoring of patients using telehealth, as part of the Long Term Conditions QIPP programme, result in improved clinical outcomes and reduced healthcare costs including:
Fewer unplanned hospital admissions and reduced demand on unscheduled care
Efficiency gains from reduced visits and increased capacity for case managers
Improved medication compliance
Support the delivery of high quality of care to patients with long-term conditions?
Download the full case study.