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Resources to support 3millionlives Initiative

The website http://3millionlives.co.uk  is a continually updated source of ideas and materials to inform thinking on implementation of the 3millionlives initiative. It is also a source of specific presentation and promotional materials available for download and use. There is a … Read more → – Resources to support 3millionlives Initiative

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Benefits of technology shown in mobile health worker project

The benefits of mobile technology for health staff and patients are outlined in the final report of the mobile health worker project, a study on introducing mobile devices at 11 NHS pilot sites. The aims of the study were to … Read more → – Benefits of technology shown in mobile health worker project

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3millionlives programme: turning the spotlight on telehealth and telecare

AHPs have a ‘central role’ to play in developing the use of Telecare and Telehealth.  That was the message from the Minister of State for Care, Norman Lamb, in his speech to the 3millionlives/National Allied Health Professions Informatics Strategic Taskforce … Read more → – 3millionlives programme: turning the spotlight on telehealth and telecare

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Informatics

The 3million lives project, featured earlier in this bulletin, is part of the work of the National AHP Informatics Strategic Taskforce, which is promoting the use of new technologies in AHP service delivery. Earlier this year, we published a special … Read more → – Informatics

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Third edition of the Long-Term Conditions Compendium of Information published

This is the third edition of the Long-Term Conditions Compendium of Information, which is aimed at commissioners as well as health and social care professionals to provide the evidence for improving care and outcomes for people with long-term conditions. It … Read more → – Third edition of the Long-Term Conditions Compendium of Information published

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