Action on the frontline: how putting people first is creating opportunities for TEC – Case studies and practical examples of how NHS, social care and housing organisations are redesigning services with service users and carers to realise the potential of TEC.
Presentation 1 – Motivating self-health care with mobile technology
Dan Gipple, CEO, BetterPoints Ltd
The emphasis on prevention and putting healthcare in the hands of the patient requires the patient to be motivated to help themselves, which is often a huge challenge. BetterPoints provides that motivation. We combine behaviour change science and research with machine learning and real-time data to engage the high-risk and hard-to-reach, manage the behaviour change journey and provide healthcare workers with rich information.
Presentation 2 – Falkirk’s Gaun Digital
Pauline Waddell, MECS Manager, Falkirk Council
Ian Whitelaw, Contact Centre Team Leader, Falkirk Council
Come along for an update of one council’s digital journey in the form of drama and music!
A light hearted look at Falkirk Council’s citizens engaging with the transition from analogue to digital. The video will be fun but informative and the presentation will assist other organisations in their own planning towards a digital end to end solution.
Presentation 3 – People powered technology – how TECS is encouraging self-reliance and reducing demand in Wigan
Jane Stevens, Assistive Technology Lead, Wigan Council
Wigan Council has embarked upon a journey of reform which combines collaboration and technology to transform services. This innovative approach aims to:
Provide a single access point for customers to access information, advice, records and services digitally, encouraging self-reliance and reduced demand for services
Invest in technologies to ensure service delivery is as efficient as possible
Use technology to support residents to be independent and in control, and empower them to manage their own care
New routes to market – Not all future TEC will be delivered through public sector channels. There is a growing self-funder market driven by families looking for reassurance that their loved ones are safe and well. What is happening to support technology enabled living in its widest sense?
Presentation 1 – A digitally enabled organisation helping people to reach their potential and live well in their communities – an NHS provider’s approach to developing its first digital strategy
Kate Henry, Lead Director for Digital, South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Victoria Betton, Director, mHabitat
How do NHS organisations develop their digital priorities and make sure their culture is ripe for digital innovations to flourish? Hear how a community and mental health provider teamed up with mHabitat, experts in digital innovation in health and care, and others to develop its first digital strategy.
Presentation 2 – Fall-Safe Assist
The Hon William Beckett, Director, Hip Impact Protection Ltd.
Falls represent 34% of emergency admissions to A&E so their reduction is the top priority in the NHS 2017 5-year plan. Fall-Safe Assist protects the faller’s hips, calls the emergency services automatically after a fall, captures the data on the fall for subsequent analysis to identify preventive measures, and continuously assesses the wearer’s gait for anomalies to prevent falls. It is embedded in our highly successful hip protectors ensuring 24/7 wearability
Presentation 3 – Mary’s VIP Home: An educational tool to showcase a connected home for an older person
Adrian Scaife, UK Product Marketing Manager, Tunstall Healthcare
Rupert Lawrence, Head of Worcestershire TeleCare
Mary’s VIP Home is a real home in a sheltered housing scheme which has been developed to showcase how existing mainstream connected healthcare solutions can help with daily practical challenges and support the provision of formal services.
Worecestershire TeleCare will also reveal how its demonstration facility is communicating to stakeholders the effectiveness of technology as part of a service delivery model which is outcomes-based, preventative and supports greater integration of health and social care services.