Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare

The Clyde Valley, Ayrshire & Arran European Projects Programme Board (CVAPB) is facilitated and supported by the Scottish Centre for Telehealth & Telecare (SCTT) within NHS 24, and the Joint Improvement Team (JIT) on behalf of DHCIP.

The Clyde Valley, Ayrshire & Arran European Projects Programme Board has been established to provide strategic leadership and drive implementation of the United4Health and SmartCare projects in support of Digital Health and Care in Scotland.

Funding for United4Health and SmartCare has been provided by the European Commission, SCTT and the 7 local health and social care partnerships (LPA’s) in East Ayrshire, North Ayrshire, South Ayrshire, North Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire, East Renfrewshire and Renfrewshire.

The Programme Board makes an effective contribution to national and local priorities in digital health and care by providing leadership and ensuring delivery of United4Health and SmartCare.

Please see below for Minutes and relevant papers from meetings held in 2014.

8th July 2014;

Minutes- 08 07 2014 APPROVED

12th August 2014;

Minutes-12 08 2014 APPROVED

7th October 2014;

Minutes- 07 10 2014 APPROVED

9th December 2014;

Minutes- 09 12 2014 (To Follow)

Annual Progress Reports




Future Meeting Dates;

3rd February 2015

7th April 2015

2nd June 2015

4th August 2015

6th October 2015

1st December 2015

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