Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare


The Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare supports the development and expansion of technology enabled health and care services in Scotland.

This involves working with industry, academia, local authorities, NHS Boards, health and social care partnerships, and third and independent sectors to develop recognised models for redesigning health and care services.

Key programmes of work currently include Supported Self Management, Home and Mobile Health Monitoring and provision of computerised CBT services.

SCTT also supports a range of innovative services and projects across Primary and Secondary Care, ICT Infrastructure and Workforce Development.

Information on all of SCTT’s projects and programmes can be found throughout this website, as well as information on technology enabled health and care news and events.

The Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare is part of NHS 24.

Latest News

latest news
New Resource. Chronic Disease Intelligence to Optimise Service Planning in Scotland Excellent new resource for service planners, commissioners, and all those interested in the challenges our services will be facing in the coming years. [more]
Digital Health and Care Strategy – Views Wanted Opportunity to get involved by contributing completing the survey and giving your view on the emerging Digital Health and Care Strategy. [more]
Launch of the Telecare Self Check Online Tool The Telecare Self Check Online Tool has gone live at [more]
Scotland’s Refreshed Digital Strategy [more]
1st International Survey on Digital Health [more]
Estimating the Economic Burden of Respiratory Illness in the UK [more]
Award for Technology Enabled Care Service [more]
Digital Collaboration Project Launch [more]
Social media networks tapped for smart environment for older people [more]

SCTT Video

SmartCare - Falls Prevention and Management Programme

SCTT Video

Introducing Telehealth and Telecare

Introducing Telehealth and Telecare: Part 2