Tunstall Healthcare has announced its intention to invest in the future talent of health, housing and social care professionals with the launch of a free online course to help participants develop key leadership skills.
Tunstall provides innovation-led, person-centred Connected Care and Health solutions. For over 60 years we have pioneered the development of technology that enables independent living and continual care and health monitoring for over five million people and their families across the world. We connect people across the health, housing and care landscape, giving each stakeholder the insight they need to deliver better outcomes, enabling early intervention to avoid or mitigate adverse events. We empower people, including those living with dementia, learning disabilities, physical disabilities and long-term health conditions, to live as independently, happily and healthily as they can.
Gavin Bashar, UK MD of Tunstall Healthcare, discusses the latest White Paper released by Tunstall Healthcare and Public Policy Projects, and the role of technology in supporting health and care services during COVID-19 and beyond.
Connected care and health solutions provider Tunstall Healthcare launched its Carecom care assist system to the UK care home market in early 2020. Since then, it has become even more vital as the Covid-19 crisis hit and the product was utilised to support care homes to keep residents and staff safe.
Tunstall Healthcare has won the ‘Leading Innovators in Assisted Living Technology 2020’ award at the Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Awards 2020, and the ‘Best Non-Clinical Equipment, Product or Service Supplier’ for its nurse call system, Tunstall Carecom, in the Care Home Awards 2020.
Bolton NHS Foundation Trust and Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group have enlisted the support of healthcare technology from Tunstall Healthcare to help protect residents, staff and clinicians in 34 of the town’s care homes.
This Carers Week (8-14 June 2020), Gavin Bashar, UK Managing Director of Tunstall Healthcare, discusses the role of assistive technology in supporting carers, and how we can keep them visible through offering support and resources.
New research from Tunstall has revealed how potentially life-saving technology is helping older people stay independent at home for up to nine months longer before being transferred into a care home.
Covid-19 has shifted the dial of discussion surrounding integrated care. Following years of gradual change in the health and care policy landscape, the coronavirus crisis has provided the biggest impetus so far for providers to foster a new model of working.
Tunstall Healthcare has stepped forward following Government advice to self-isolate and Matt Hancock’s challenge to the technology sector to innovatively support the country through current, unprecedented times.
“People are at the heart of our trusted solutions. Our vision is a world where people have the freedom to live life to the full in a place of their choice”