Breakout Session 3
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Practical examples of how NHS, social care and housing organisations are redesigning and commissioning care and support services to be more person-centred and outcomes focused. Offering better support for carers and families and to position the right care at the right time for more cost-effective delivery of social care and health services.
Presentation 1 – Commissioning an outcome based TECS service: the commissioner and provider experience in Torbay
Sarah Jones, TECS Strategy and Development Manager, Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust
James Lampert, Head of Technology Enabled Care Services, NRS Healthcare
Are you looking for an outcomes and innovation based approach to commission your TEC service? Find out:
-How Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust made the leap to decommission their traditional telecare service and design an outcomes based TECS contract
-How NRS Healthcare worked as a partner with the Trust to implement the new service
-About what a difference a year makes! Hear how TECS innovations to support care pathways are progressing
Presentation 2 – Forging a new approach: Housing and health partnerships in action
Kirsty Jewitt, Care Link Manager, Wakefield District Housing
This session presents the journey of how WDH is working with the care and health sector to create sustainable partnerships that benefit both parties, getting to a stage where they could successfully integrate with healthcare providers in the Wakefield District.
Learn about how we established partnerships to deliver range of support services including TEC solutions to support early hospital discharge and reduce readmission.
Presentation 3 – Identifying and managing pre-frailty in older adults with new walking speed sensor
Joe McLoughlin, Director – Astraline and Innovation, Organisation: Astraline, part of Johnnie Johnson Housing Trust Limited
Walking speed has been shown to be predictive of important clinical outcomes in older adults, it has particular value as one of the most significant indicators of frailty.
A feasibility study was conducted involving 20 frail older adults living alone, prototype sensors were installed in the participants’ homes for a period of three months to continuously measure their walking speed. The results demonstrating the feasibility of continuous ambient in-home walking speed monitoring in older adults.
Breakout Session 4
The Vision for Population Health Enabled by Technology Enabled Care
Nicky Parker, Director of Transformation, Manchester City Council
Helena Zaum, Local and Regional Government Industry Lead, Microsoft UK
Like many local authorities, the City of Manchester is working to address issues of poor health and care outcomes, rising demand, and decreasing budget. Come and find out how the new Local Care Organisation is planning to use technology enabled care and its live data, together with digital health and care records to support people to continue to live in their own homes. Could the use of live data form part of a digital front door in the community to make more appropriate referral decisions, reduce the number of people going to hospital and residential care, and improve population health outcomes for the people of Manchester? Nicky and Helena will take you through progress to date and direction of travel for the future.