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Trevor Single

Chief Executive Officer

Telecare Services Association

United Kingdom

telecare services association
Telecare Services Association
  • Representative trade body for the telecare and telehealth industry
  • Membership – over 360 organisations
      • Telecare and Telehealth Service Providers (e.g. monitoring centres, mobile response services, installers)
      • Technology suppliers
      • Commissioners & Universities
      • Mainly UK, but growing international membership
  • Members provide telecare and telehealth service delivery to over 1.7 million users
      • 1.4 million (pendant alarm)
      • 0.3 million (personal & environmental sensors)
  • TSA Integrated Telecare and Telehealth Code of Practice
      • World first
      • Quality standard for service delivery to the patient / user
      • Over 140 organisations externally accredited
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15.5m people in the UK have LTCs (more than 1 in 4 of the population)

  • In the next five years over 65s will rise from 9.3m to 16.8m
  • 1 million people are carers
  • 700k people with dementia – within next 30 years figure will double and cost £50bn a year
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Population age profile

Chronic disease

NHS Budget

There is a growing demand for health and care services and ever increasing expectations from the public

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Why do we need to promote the adoption of telecare and telehealth?

Impact on Hospital Services

Acute Beds:

  • 107,444 in England – a decline of 33% in last 5 years
  • 51,000 occupied by 65 years or older

Age:

  • 65% of people admitted to hospital are over 65 years of age.
  • Over 85 account for 25% bed days

Length of Stay:

  • Average length of stay 7.7 days.
  • Those over 85 years spend 8 days longer than those aged under 65 years.
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Examining the case for telecare and telehealth

  • Department of Health funded a Whole Systems Demonstrator project (£45m / US$70m) to show what telehealth and telecare is capable of
  • Largest randomised clinical trial in the world to review the use of telecare and telehealth (launched in 2007)
  • 3 projects in Newham, London; Kent and Cornwall – each with around 2,000 patients
  • Aims
    • a clear evidence base to support important investment decisions
    • see how technology can support people to live independently,
    • take control
    • and be responsible for their own health and care.
headline findings december 2011
Telehealth headlines (5 December 2011) show reductions in;

mortality by 45%

emergency admissions by 20%

A&E visits by 15%

bed days by 14%

elective admissions by 14%

Quality of life remains broadly the same

Despite high cost of programme in WSD utilisation changes show an overall saving of around £180 per head

To achieve the benefits needs service transformation

Patient satisfaction very high - age is no barrier

Headline findings – December 2011
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Enabling three million people to benefit from telehealth and telecare services over the next five years
tsa mission activities
TSA Mission & Activities

- to lead and support the Telecare and Telehealth sector to enhance people’s independence and quality of life by inspiring, promoting and driving strategy, innovation and standards

  • Unlocking the potential of the telecare and telehealth industry
  • Working with Government on key strategic developments, such as ‘3millionlives’
  • Developing universal quality standards, including the Integrated Telecare and Telehealth Code of Practice
  • Offering help and advice to those developing and delivering telecare and telehealth products and services.
  • Bringing the industry together through key events, including the annual International Telecare and Telehealth Conference.
next steps opportunities
Next Steps / Opportunities
  • increase engagement in promotion of telecare & telehealth;
  • adopt best practice by existing providers;
  • identify scope for partnering opportunities;
  • encourage innovative approaches to technology enabled health and social care services.
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