Unlocking Personalised Outcomes:
Life and Living Empowered by Digital Care

TSA International Technology Enabled Care Conference 2022
28 - 29 March 2022, The ICC, Birmingham

For the first time in more than 2 years, we will be reunited as a sector at our conference ‘home’ in Birmingham. Since COVID-19, technology enabled care has transformed its services and accelerated innovation. We’ve seen some new entrants to market, startups and innovators as well as global players entering TEC from external industries.

We have witnessed a sharp uptake in quality standards in TEC products and services, as the urgency to keep service users safe as well as strengthen business continuity plans has now become part of core and operational business.

 

It is important now more than ever to get involved, hear the stories and immerse yourself in a growing and fascinating sector that has proven and continues to prove its impact into health, housing and social care.

The focus of this year’s ITEC programme is around proactive and preventative care under the Personalisation agenda. These are the words and actions beginning to also echo around the corridors of  our sister sectors in health, housing and social care. By coming together we will explore some of our shared challenges, regional and national best practice, plus first launch of some of the powerful tools and systems needed to achieve a cross-sector approach to TEC provision for better outcomes for people within their communities.

Delegates
Exhibiting
Gala Dinner & ITEC Awards
Be a Sponsor

Delegates

With heightened interest in Technology Enabled Care and its sustained impact since the pandemic, we are expecting more than 1000+ delegates to pass through our doors in what will be a packed 2-day programme.

As in previous years, you will have access to high quality plenary presentations with a strategic focus, innovation highlights, the voice of the lived-experience, a leaders lounge and a strong focus on networking as we reconnect and create new opportunities together.

We are offering a variety of delegate ticket options. Early Bird discount tickets are LIVE.

Exhibiting

For the first time in 2 years, we will be coming back together as a sector in Birmingham, an exciting opportunity for suppliers to reconnect with and reveal to the wider industry new digital products and services developed during the pandemic.

As levels of innovation have increased dramatically within TECS since Covid-19, it becomes ever more important to showcase your offer to those procuring Technology Enabled Care.

Gala Dinner & ITEC Awards

The International Technology Enabled Care Conference will once again host its annual gala dinner on the evening of Day One of conference.

The Gala Dinner will feature the ITEC Awards, which celebrate innovation within the sector and the positive impact Technology Enabled Care has on the lives of millions of people in the UK. This year will see an additional focus on TEC’s response during the pandemic.

All award winners will be announced and celebrated during the evening.

Full details of how to apply for the Awards will be released in due course.

Be a Sponsor

ITEC 2022 is a key opportunity to promote your brand to businesses, industry leaders and decision makers across the entire Technology Enabled Care industry. We have opportunities for all budgets so whether you’re an ambitious digital start-up or an established company, sponsorship can raise your profile and enhance your visibility and networking opportunities with commissioners and industry influencers, not only at the event but beyond.

Additional Sponsorship will be released late November

Alyson Scurfield

Chief Executive, TSA. Alyson is a proven entrepreneurial, visionary leader of service transformation, service delivery and business development in Telecare, Telehealth, Support and Care, Customer Service and Housing Management. Her career within Telecare commenced in 2002, she has held both operational and strategic positions within the Telecare Industry and is currently the Chief Executive for the Telecare Services Association (TSA).  Alyson has led strategic development, implementation and risk management of the Association’s aspirational vision to grow the Industry at scale and enable the improvement of individual lives through technology. Alyson is passionate about demonstrating how the use of technology enabled services can support health, housing and social care to simultaneously achieve local outcomes for the sector and individual outcomes for service users and their families and carers. Alyson is playing a key role in driving transformational programmes, especially in Wales, to achieve integration of health, housing and social care, such as the on-going development of a whole-system, whole-concept for prevention approach and the National Technology Enabled Care Services Programme.

Sir David Pearson

Chair of TEC Quality. David the Chair of the Board of TEC Quality a Community Interest Company whose role is to promote standards of quality and cost effectiveness of technology in health and social care across the UK. David also heads up the Government Social Care Taskforce for Covid-19, and is also the Independent Non-Executive Chair of the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Health and Care System. He is the Chair of the Advisory Board of the NIHR (National Institute for Health Research) School for Social Care Research. He was the Director of Adult Social Care and Health for 14 years and the Deputy Chief Executive for 10 years with Nottinghamshire County Council. He retired from the County Council in January 2019. David has wide experience of leadership at a local, national and regional level in care and health and wider public services. He is a Past President of the Association Directors of Adult Social Services in England and continues to act as an advisor to the government on social care and health reform. He was appointed by the Government in November 2017 to be an independent advisor on the Social Care Green Paper in England. On an independent basis he advises a number of organisations and leaders across the country. David was awarded a CBE in in 2016 and was presented with an Honorary Doctorate by Nottingham Trent University in recognition of his significant and lasting contribution to social work and social care.

Rt Hon Prof Paul Burstow

President of TSA and former Care Minister. Paul has a wide range of public policy and leadership experience.  He currently holds a number of non-executive leadership roles across the health and social care sector.  As the Independent Chair of Hertfordshire and West Essex Sustainable Transformation Partnership (STP) he is working with system partners across local government, NHS and community and voluntary sector to develop population health working and integrated care.  He has also recently been appointed as Chair of St Andrew’s Healthcare, a charity providing specialist mental healthcare for patients with complex mental health needs. Paul for 18 years Paul represented the constituency of Sutton and Cheam as a Liberal Democrat.  He was appointed Minister of State for Care Services in 2010, during which time he was responsible for developing the government's mental health strategy, No Health Without Mental Health, and for drafting the care provisions of the Care Act. He is also Chair of the independent charity SCIE (The Social Care Institute for Excellence) which works with local government, independent sector and Government by sharing knowledge about what works, translating policy into practice and supporting transformation to improve the lives of people who use care services.  He combines his interests in social care with an interest in technology enabled care (TEC) as President of the TEC Services Association where he advocates citizen centred service design that makes the best use of data and technology to enhance outcomes. Paul interests in mental health saw him appointed Chair of the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust where he is involved in promoting the Trust’s work in developing and deploying new models of children and young people’s mental health and new approaches to workplace resilience. As a part-time Professor of Mental Health Policy at the University of Birmingham, Paul Chaired the Mental Health Policy Commission and is working to promote the findings and recommendations of its report.

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