Technology Enabled Care – Guidance for 2016-18

Funding guidance now available for the next two years of the TEC Programme.   The main focus of the programme remains on ensuring that outcomes for individuals, in home or community settings, are improved through the application of technology as an integral part of quality cost-effective care and support. The ‘technology’ within this extends to the application of telehealth (including home monitoring and telemedicine/VC), telecare, mobile health & wellbeing applications and the use of online tools and resources to enable greater self-management.

See https://www.jitscotland.org.uk/resource/tec-programme-guidance-for-2016-2018/

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