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As we enter a new decade, we asked key leaders of the TEC and health & care communities for their thoughts on how they see the technology enabled care sector developing into 2020 and beyond, which issues will become prevalent and what are the challenges we face. Hear from: Nicky Parker
Jane Turner-Bragg previously worked as Head of Service – Older People for Bromford Housing Group. Now she is one of TSA’s Quality Standards Framework (QSF) auditors. Here she gives the auditor's view and you may be pleasantly surprised... QSF. So What? This is the best question any leader
New technology and transformational change are constant in the health and social care sector and to be successful, leaders need to enact compassion in all their interactions, says occupational psychologist Dr Amanda Super, to make way for a more productive organisational culture. As an
The current acceleration in technology development enables people and builds a more inclusive society, says Care England's Martin Green, and TSA's TEC Stories embodies the spirit of autonomy and independence for those who need it most. For too long we have disabled people. The beauty of
A digital shift over a period of six to seven years presents local authorities with an opportunity to fundamentally redesign their TEC systems, taking advantage of emerging digital technology so they can provide proactive, not reactive services. But it also presents them with many challenges. One
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