We have developed a searchable database of telehealth and telecare projects and service developments active in Scotland.
The database will grow over time and will help us to review the uptake of technology used to enable the delivery of care. It will also help us to better understand the priority areas for the uses of technology.
• Telehealth and telecare services and projects which are active across Scotland;
• Services and projects led by health, local authority, housing and voluntary sector organisations;
• Geographic area; organisation; users and technology;
• Contact points for the individual services and project.
The database is updated and maintained by the SCTT. However, as this is a rapidly developing field, we cannot keep the records up to date and comprehensive without your help. For a more detailed explanation of the database please see this video.
To let us know about services or projects which you are involved in please contact us. To update or correct information in the database, contact Nessa Barry.
If you have an idea about a new a health innovation or product you may wish to check out NHS Scotland’s Health Innovation Assessment Platform. The Digital Health Institute also have a list of current projects on their website.
If you would like to find out more about the measurement of impact in relation to technology enabled care, please check out the Telehealth and Telecare Community website – where we have a range of materials on this subject.
To find out more about the Telehealth and Telecare Learning Network – look here.