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imeche report on Remote Health Management

Remote Health Management

Mar 29, 2017

Institution of Mechanical Engineers looks at Remote Health Management The widespread roll-out of mobile and digital health technology could have already saved the NHS over £1 billion in the last […]

This Girl Can!

This Girl Can!

Mar 14, 2017

I probably escaped quite lightly: only one reader took me to task for failing to mention International Women’s Day last week, and focusing instead on National No Smoking Day. Hopefully, […]

Blood clot awareness month

Blood Clot Awareness Month

March is Blood Clot Awareness Month Blood clots, or venous embolisms, can affect anyone: they do not discriminate by age, gender or ethnicity. A blood clot most often develops in […]

HomeTouch service nationwide

HomeTouch goes nationwide

Mar 06, 2017

HomeTouch is now the largest online marketplace for live-in care HomeTouch’s national launch sees it add 25,000 live-in care professionals to its technology-enabled service that provides easy-to-use search using brand […]

dementia design easier with VR-EP

New aid for dementia design

Technology helps professionals improve dementia design A new virtual reality device has been launched that will help architects and designers create dementia-friendly buildings and spaces by understanding how the condition […]

saving on PIP assessments

What’s happening to PIP?

Feb 28, 2017

What was welfare reform supposed to achieve? If memory serves me correctly, one of the key principles of PIP (Personal Independence Payment) was that it would be awarded to people […]

Give&Take Care

Give&Take Care

Give care now, receive it in the future Young volunteers who care for elderly people could bank the hours they put in as care for themselves when they need it […]