Telehealthcare Times is our quarterly magazine
for telecare and telehealth professionals, designed to give you a comprehensive but easily digested round-up of all that’s new in the telehealthcare arena. Complete the form to make sure you
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The first digital only version of our quarterly magazine for telecare and telehealth professionals features the rise of the telehealthcare managed service, plus showcases the latest assisted living and telehealth solutions. As well as the latest market news and resources, there are feature articles on integration, using telehealth to support diabetes, and telehealthcare quality standards.
The latest issue of the quarterly magazine for telecare and telehealth professionals has a 4-page dementia special feature, an in-depth article on Real Life Options’ innovative work supporting people with learning disabilities, thought leadership from Carers UK and Housing LIN plus all the latest news, resources and information from the telehealthcare world.
This issue showcases the Lifeline Vi home unit, and also includes features on using telecare to protect against excess winter deaths, telehealth from a GP perspective, the impact of mobile network failure and supporting people with learning disabilities using telehealthcare, plus a wealth of other essential information for health, housing and social care professionals.
A new format for an old favourite - Telehealthcare Times is bigger, brighter and better than ever. Packed with exclusive interviews, market round-up, technical advice and professional guidance.
A must read for health, housing and social care professionals.
This edition of Telehealthcare Times is a special issue detailing the interim findings of the Department of Health's Whole Systems Demonstrator (WSD) programme, the largest randomised control trial of its kind.
In this issue of Telehealthcare Times we give you an update on what's new in the world of telehealthcare, including news from our customers, policy update and a review of best practice.
Introduced by new Managing DIrector Simon Arnold, the issue also contains an article on the innovative, new city-wide service in Birmingham.