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telecare

The use of computers and other telecommunication technologies to monitor patient activity and clinical findings at a distance, consult with patients and clinical colleagues and deliver health and social care to people in their own homes.

telecare

(tel′ĕ-kar″) [ tele- + care]
The use of communications technologies, together with home measurement and monitoring devices, to evaluate specific health parameters of outpatients and provide them with advice or feedback about their condition. Providers of telecare are known as telecaregivers.
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Contract Awarded for Provide emergency support and reassurance to 7,500 older and vulnerable Kent residents in their own homes under the new deal to monitor and install in home telecare equipment such as personal alarms and fall detector sensors
2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Commercialisation of Pilot Projects and Reimbursement Policies Will Boost Adoption The objective of this research service is to present a comprehensive analysis of the telehealth and telecare market in Europe, with respect to the market potential and key market dynamics.
THE Birmingham Telecare Service is working with charity the Silver Line to oer a 'reassurance calls service' to older people who may feel lonely, isolated or vulnerable.
RPM (covering both telehealth and telecare solutions) in Europe.
com)-- Europe's leading personal safety service provider - Skyguard, are working with Gloucestershire Telecare to help dementia and Alzheimer's sufferers lead more independent and safer lives.
e personal alarm is one of many new technologies wired up in the keen organist's Cheylesmore at as part of a special Telecare package.
NHS Highland have ordered urgent tests of the Telecare system, which is used in about 3700 homes to help elderly and disabled people live independently.
Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service, together with Sunderland City Council and Sunderland Telecare service, have installed a portable misting system in the home of a resident who is at significant risk of having a fire.
Joanne says her life was twice saved by the cords and claims an alternative planned by the council, called Telecare, is unacceptable.
Stockton Council's Care Call and Telecare team provide a 24/7 monitoring and response service for vulnerable people using, assistive technology.
The Telecare system allows vulnerable and sick residents to receive health advice and check-ups through a television or phone and can submit temperature, heart rate, blood pressure and other readings remotely.
Anglesey's Telecare Advisor Lowri Jones said: "The Telecare Service allows older people, those with disabilities or who are vulnerable to live independently, safely, securely and with dignity within their own homes.