TSA welcomes you to
The 2017 International Technology Enabled Care Conference

16th - 17th Oct 2017, The ICC, Birmingham

The annual leading Technology Enabled Care (TEC) and digital health sector event returns to the ICC in Birmingham on the 16th & 17th October 2017

We are delighted to announce that we have already secured the services of the former Minister of State for Care Services, Rt Hon Paul Burstow, who will chair the conference in 2017.

Our conference theme Putting People First: Practical solutions and inspirational ideas from the experts, will be embraced across the 2 days of conference and we are working hard to develop a packed two day programme, that will help us attract over 1000 attendees into conference and that fits in with our objectives of:

  • Providing thought leadership – setting and influencing the TECs agenda, offering insight and information about the latest and future direction of TECs
  • Giving practical advice on routes to state and self-pay markets and new service models
  • Problem solving, offering practical advice and tools

View the highlights of iTEC 2016

Watch the below summary video from iTEC 2016 and relive some of the highlights from the event.

Margaret Willcox

President of the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS)..

Margaret Willcox has worked in the public sector since 1976 – NHS, Voluntary Sector and Local Authorities.

Initially qualified as a ... Read more

Jonathan Nicholas

Chief Executive Officer, ReachOut Australia. Jono Nicholas was a founding member of ReachOut when it launched in 1998 as the first digital mental health service in the world and has ... Read more

Shona Robison MSP

Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport. Shona was born in Redcar in 1966. Educated at Alva Academy, she went on to graduate from Glasgow University with a Social Sciences MA and ... Read more

  • "A fabulous platform to learn about what technologies are out there and what other people are doing. It’s a space that is rapidly moving."

    Mario Bozzo, Director, IBI Group

  • "It’s been a really optimistic conference, thinking about how we work together as a network to make sure products do come to life and support residents."

    Dr Liz Mear, Chair, The AHSN Network

With thanks to our Main Event Sponsors:

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