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A rush of new members to TEC Services Association is reflecting change in the sector, encompassing both startups and strategic. A digitally progressive approach is becoming the common language, with expectations for person-centred development in TEC products and services, and a focus on outcomes
Yorbl Technologies and Yorcoms Group CEO Peter Reed-Forrester begs questions around TSA's first virtual conference back in March: would TSA be able to handle this new way of doing things? Would they set it up and manage it in a way that both exhibitors and delegates could find it, navigate it and
The Commission findings were given extra weight by key industry leader contributions from Microsoft, PA Consulting, Tunstall, OLM Systems and AXA Taking Care. Here, they offer additional insights progressing the agenda and practical applications for Local Authority to integrate technology into
By Rafael Bengoa Chair of the ADASS TSA Commission and Co-Director of The Institute for Health & Strategy in Bilbao Download the ADASS TSA Commission report on integrating technology into social care here . In the next 25 years, the number of people aged 85 and over in the UK will almost
John Compton - Strategic Advisor at Ethel Healthcare sets out three key elements to progressing the quality of care, but begins with asking and listening to the response to the question "what would make your life better?" As we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, how can we to think about
The Hubble Project, managed by the National Care Forum (NCF) - the trade body for not-for-profit care providers – seeks to inspire and encourage care providers to introduce and maximise the benefits of TEC. Liz Jones, NCF’s Director of Policy, describes the project and shares lessons learned.
ITEC CONFERENCE INSIGHTS Dr Lynne Douglas, Chief Executive at Bield Housing and Care believes one of the strongest themes as we come out of the pandemic is the positive impact of proactive community based interventions and greater emphasis on proactive and prevention planning to ensure people
Deepak Samson of Ethel Care urges the inclusion of patients, service users and family carers in the conversation around staying independent and from a service delivery point of view, the deployment of technology to enable that independence. Even before pandemic hit, most of us were aware of the
David Lynes, Managing Director of Unique IQ talks about his vision for joined-up data in care networks. Where software providers work in collaboration, not confrontation, aligning systems with the shared purpose of supporting the delivery of outstanding home care. But who has the responsibility
As we continue to develop relationships with related sectors Adrian Scaife from Alcuris suggests a framework of common themes to help move towards greater integration. I’ve just finished reading a new report from Public Policy Projects called Connecting Services, Transforming Lives The Benefits
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