This week is a busy one – not only for
Tunstall is looking forward to exhibiting and attending all events, talking to senior professionals about the journey towards digital, and the benefits of using a holistic,
Embracing Digital in Healthcare
We will be exhibiting at ExCeL in London at the Health Plus Care event, where we will be revealing the future of digital healthcare. We will be sharing with health and social care professionals how digital technology can make new models of care possible – transforming service provision to become more home-based, proactive and preventative; whilst also promoting self-care and enhancing self-awareness. We will explore how Connected Healthcare solutions can be instrumental
At our stand, we will be demonstrating the latest generation of Connected Healthcare solutions, discovering how they can not only reduce the consequences of events (such as falls or fires) in the
We will also be hosting three sessions at this conference. I will be delivering the first workshop alongside my colleague John Melarkey, our Director of Managed Services and Business Development, focusing on the opportunity that
Digital Technology in Housing
We will also be in Manchester for the annual CIH Housing event, where we will be demonstrating the latest technology solutions for housing; including the
During this event, we will be holding two strategic dinners which will be chaired by Jeremy Porteus, the Director at Housing LIN. These will provide a forum to discuss strategies for transforming housing provision by including technology in services, and the benefits to providers and residents. The outcomes of these dinners will complement the new resource published by Housing LIN and ADASS: ‘Going Digital – Living Better for Less with Technology-enabled Housing’ a new website resource exploring how digital technology supports policy and commissioning objectives and how it can help directors make informed and future-proof decisions.
We will also be promoting Communicall Vi IP and our Connected Healthcare solutions at ADSS Cymru in Wales, where we look forward to meeting delegates and other exhibitors at the wellbeing event the day before the main conference. Here we will be talking to social care leaders in Wales about the importance of digital and the advantages it offers over analogue telephone lines in rural communities.
It’s a busy and important week, not just for Tunstall, but also for the messages about the benefits of this inevitable switchover to digital to be heard in the health, care and housing sectors. As BT has announced its intention to switch all users to IP Voice telephone services by 2025, now is the time to start planning for the change to ensure decisions made in the short term prepare a platform for the