TSA’s Alyson Scurfield and Paul Burstow featured in Mediaplanet UK’s latest Connected Health Campaign, which was free with The Guardian newspaper and online on 28 March.
TSA chief executive Alyson Scurfield wrote about the importance of putting people first and joining up TEC services around the individual. Paul Burstow, senior adviser to TSA, outlined the potential that remote monitoring technologies have for driving down costs in the NHS.
The Connected Health campaign focuses on current digital health and technology enabled care issues. Digital Health London, NHS Digital and techUK were also involved in the supplement.
Read Alyson Scurfield’s piece: Digital health in a digital age
Read Paul Burstow’s piece: Liberating patients through remote monitoring
Read Beverley Bryant’s piece: The importance of technology in the NHS
Find out more about the Connected Health Campaign: here http://www.healthawareness.co.uk/digital-health
Follow the campaign on Twitter using the hashtag #ConnectedHealth