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CHAIN Telehealth Networking Event

Anthony James, NHS Institute


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CHAIN

  • Contact Help Advice and Information Network


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CHAIN

  • CHAIN 1 is for people with an interest in Research and Development in health care, and those keen to ensure that research evidence adds value to healthcare provision.

  • CHAIN 2 is for people interested in widening participation in learning in health & social care.

  • CHAIN 3 is for people interested in innovation and improvement in health care. CHAIN 3 is sponsored by NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement.

  • CHAIN 4 is for people involved/or interested in providing and improving services for people affected by cancer.


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CHAIN users comments

  • The CHAIN network reduces duplication of effort

“Opportunity to find out what is happening within health & social care regionally and nationally, as a source of e-networking, exchange if ideas, and not having to re-invent the wheel”


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Users rate CHAIN highly

  • CHAIN provides quick access to expertise


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A rising membership


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CHAIN key info

Complete the joining form at: http://chain.ulcc.ac.uk/chain/join_chain3.html

Or email chain enquiries

[email protected] for the form.

CHAIN subgroups are:

Lean

([email protected])

Clinical Microsystems

([email protected])

Improvement Educators

([email protected])

Technology

([email protected])

HR, OD & workforce

([email protected])

No Delays

([email protected])

Health Care Associated Infection (perhaps to become Safer Care)

Long Term Conditions

([email protected])


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Telehealth

  • Telecare describes any service that brings health and social care directly to a user (generally in their homes) supported by information and communication technology. Eg. motion or falls monitors that trigger a warning to a response centre.

  • Telehealth is part of this, but relates specifically to remote monitoring of a person’s vital signs, including blood pressure, weight and blood glucose.

  • Telemedicine allows clinical consultations remotely, often by video conference.


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Programme for the day

  • 10:00Arrival and refreshments

  • 10:30Introduction to the day

  • 10:45Introductory exercises

  • 11:30Special presentations (first session)

  • 12:30Lunch

  • 13:30Special presentations (second session)

  • 14:30Refreshments

  • 15:00Discussion of the day’s issues

  • 16:00Summary and close


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Special Presentations

  • Telecare in Portsmouth, Jonathan Smith, Rosanne Brown, Portsmouth CC

  • Telehealth in Kent, Matt Rye, Kent CC

  • Potential for new services, Rhian Last, Leeds PCT

  • Video conferencing to support the rehabilitation of spinal patients, Helen Pain, University of Southampton

  • Telephone alerts for patients with COPD, Neil Bewley, The Met Office

  • Telecare in Sandwell, Ruth Krivosic, Sandwell CC

  • Observations on Care for the Elderly, Lesley Moore, Angela Hudson, University of the West of England

  • Using videoconferencing to provide speech and language therapy, Rebbeca Matthews, UCL

  • Experience with referral systems into telecare, Ammie Whitehead, Linda Wild, Derby CC

  • Physiotherapy telephone services, Elaine Wiltshire, Fiona Rawlings, North Staffs PCT

  • Telemedicine supporting paediatric cardiodology, Gwyn Weatherburn, Buckingham New University


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Introductory Exercise

  • 30 minutes to meet fellow delegates in your group and:

    • Design the community care/healthcare services of 5 years in the future

    • Discuss the challenges and decide how to overcome them

    • Discuss the progress and innovation in your own organisations

  • 15 minutes for feedback from the groups


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