The Healthcare & & Pharmaceutical Awards commend work that contributes towards promoting the physical and mental well-being of those in requirement of assistance. The awards also shine a spotlight on development within the health care industry by acknowledging forward-thinking organisations that bring vital new ideas and products to the leading edge of among the worlds most requiring markets.
In addition, the advanced wireless and digital system moves beyond traditional, fixed call-points and has actually been developed to satisfy the demands of modern-day care shipment and support property and nursing care houses, permitting care to be more efficient and responsive.
Tunstall CarecomTunstall Health care has won the Leading Innovators in Assisted Living Technology 2020 award at the Healthcare & & Pharmaceutical Awards 2020, and the Finest Non-Clinical Devices, Services Or Product Provider for its pioneering nurse call system, Tunstall Carecom, in the Care Home Awards 2020.
Tunstall Carecom scooped the leading spot in the Best Non-Clinical Equipment, Product or Service Supplier category at the Care Home awards. The nurse call system supports over 60,000 care home locals throughout Europe.
” Were equally happy with the accolade for the Tunstall Carecom item from the Care Home Awards. Products like Carecom are essential for the future of healthcare as it moves far from the traditional one-size-fits-all technique and uses a modular and customizable service, making it possible for nursing care houses and carers to manage difficulties and provide reliable, high quality and person-centred care.”
Zillah Moore, UK & & Ireland Marketing Director at Tunstall Healthcare, stated: “To be acknowledged as leading innovators in the assisted living space is a huge honour for our group who have actually worked tirelessly to keep track of and enhance the lives of vulnerable individuals, including people residing in care houses.
Tunstall Healthcare just recently published a report, in coordination with Public Policy Projects, which explores the progress of digital development in health care over the previous five months with specific regard to telehealth, telecare, telemedicine and assistive technologies.
The assistive technology specialist is now requiring the UK health and care system to accept the quick implementation of digital innovation seen over the course of the coronavirus pandemic and accelerate the uptake of innovation allowed care services (TECS) throughout the system.