Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare

A National Service Model for Home and Mobile Health Monitoring

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A guidance document on Home and Mobile Health Monitoring has been produced to help inform Health and Social Care services in Scotland

The document –  A National Service Model for Home and Mobile Health Monitoringwill support the redesign of services using technology to provide better outcomes for citizens,  while achieving productivity and efficiency gains.

This is the first of a suite of guidance documents that can be accessed as modules.  Each will be published on the SCTT website where they will be routinely updated to reflect ongoing developments and learning.

Contents

  • An Introduction to Home and Mobile Health Monitoring
  • The Case for Adoption in Scotland
  • National Service Model Framework
  • Enabling the Delivery of Home & Mobile Health Monitoring Services at Scale
  • Developing and Refining The National Service Model

It is anticipated that there will be further releases to reflect learning in this rapidly evolving area.  Any update requirements will next be reviewed in the Autumn of 2017.

To comment on this document or to find out more about Home and Mobile Health Monitoring, please contact Michelle Brogan.

Click below to download your copy of the A National Service Model for Home and Mobile Health Monitoring document and the Strategic Briefing Paper on the National Service Model.

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