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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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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-September 3, 2019-Doro acquires Invicta Telecare Ltd in UK for SEK60m
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M2 EQUITYBITES-September 3, 2019-Doro acquires Invicta Telecare Ltd in UK for SEK60m
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 30, 2019-: City Telecare Services receives nationally recognised accreditation for 11th year
FRIDAY, July 26, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Online symptom self-management plus clinician telecare can be effective for individuals with pain, depression, and anxiety, according to a study recently published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
A new study has highlighted that not only doctors and drugs, but an online symptom self-management, including telecare if need be, might be as beneficial as seeking treatment.
The High Court of Delhi ruled last month that ASUS no longer has the right to use its renowned Zenfone brand name in India due to an alleged trademark infringement request made by Indian mobile phone producer Telecare Network.
India, June 9 -- Asus has lost a trademark case to Telecare Network India Pvt Ltd, effectively taking away its ability to sell 'Zen' and 'ZenFone' branded smartphones and accessories in India.
The Telecare service, created in partnership with St John Ambulance, Wolverhampton Council and Wolverhampton Homes was launched last month.
Shipments of smartwatches, smart glasses, fitness & activity trackers, smart clothing, mobile telecare and medical devices as well as other wearable devices are forecasted to reach 238.5 million units in 2023, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.4 percent, a report said.
Telecare is a support package that includes a red button device and a 'lifeline' pendant which offers 24-hour assistance for some of Gwynedd's elderly residents.