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.
Based on the three Ds of Design, Delivery and Development, Tunstall LifeCare provides a structure for understanding the challenges faced by individual providers and developing a strategy to address them. The collaborative approach embeds technology into pathways, helping to support cultural and process change and enabling more effective service delivery. The approach is modular, meaning customers can choose support with specific areas or to partner with Tunstall for the whole service. As the digital revolution gathers pace, the LifeCare approach ensures our customers can maximise the potential of technology to enhance their services.
As well as discussing how Tunstall LifeCare can help housing providers to offer integrated, efficient support, visitors to Stand C40 can:
Visitors to the stand can also find out more about Mary’s VIP Home, a flat in a sheltered housing scheme which has been equipped with a number of Connected Care solutions, including Communicall Vi IP, developed to show how technology can be used to enable people to remain living independently at home for longer, improving quality of life, enhancing digital and social inclusion and making the provision of formal services more effective. Visit uk.tunstall.com/mary for more information about this unique facility.
Kevin Alderson, UK Sales & Marketing Director, commented;
“We’re delighted to be attending this event which gives us an excellent opportunity to meet with housing providers and gain their valuable insight into our latest solutions. Our LifeCare model has great potential to help health, housing and social care deliver integrated and sustainable services, underpinned by digital technology such as Communicall Vi IP. We’ll also be showing CareClip for the first time, a highly accurate mobile personal alarm system which has been designed to help people with dementia, learning disabilities or long term health and care needs to remain safe when away from home.”
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