Long Term Conditions Whole System Demonstrators. Tim Ellis/Claire Whittington Department of Health. CSIP - Outcomes from Telecare and Advanced Assistive Technology. Session Aims. Overall context Background to WSDs Lessons so far Next steps. Secondary Care Waiting Lists
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Long Term Conditions Whole System Demonstrators
Tim Ellis/Claire Whittington
Department of Health
CSIP - Outcomes from Telecare and Advanced Assistive Technology
Long term conditions
Improved Health Outcomes
NHS & DH Focus
Stronger voice for individuals & communities
Increased support for self care
Service users and carers have more say – person-centred care planning
Integrated health and social care services
Clinicians driving improvement
Renewed LTC focus
White Paper Commitment Whole System Demonstrators
WSDs will explore the exciting possibilities opened up by truly integrated health and social care working supported by advanced assistive technologies such as telehealth and telecare.
Ivan Lewis MP
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Care Services
Ann Keen MP
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health Services.
Cross Government Interest, Professional Bodies Interest, OGC reviews
We are planning to focus on over 7500 service users across the 3 sites:
Integrated health &
social care teams
Integrated health &
social care information
Partnership working: housing, 3rd & independent sector
“Thanks to the smarter home, a home help is required only twice a year-
to adjust the clock!”
Reference: Bruno von Niman,GSC#10 @ ETSI, Sophia Antipolis, France Health-, care- and mobile e-services
The demonstrators will lead to a better understanding of the level of benefit associated with telehealth and telecare in an integrated health and social care environment.
They will also help fast track future change by addressing the key implementation barriers and providing solutions for the wider NHS and Social Care.
Coordinator role (Birmingham )
King’s Fund, LSE, UCL, Oxford
Manchester, Oxford, Imperial