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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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The telecare service, which enables people of all ages to live safely and independently in their own homes, also demonstrated the technology in a real-world environment in a flat at JM Barrie House in George Street.
Age Connects Cardiff and the Vale works closely with Telecare Cardiff to offer falls management solutions.
Telecare can replace regular visits to the doctor and allow you to be treated at home
Telecare equipment is one way to overcome temporal and spatial restrictions through the real-time transmission of physiological data such as blood pressure, blood glucose, and heart rate.
His presentation, The Telecare Imperative: New Models of Care Delivery (see adjacent abstract), emphasized the technology forces being developed today that will radically change health care delivery in the future.
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.
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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.
Telecare is an applied field of remote medical technology that conveys health and social care to clients in their homes (Hanson, Percival, Aldred, Brownsell, & Hawley, 2007).