Appello, the largest telecare monitoring service in the UK, registers with CECOPS!

Posted on: 27/06/2017 | Categories: Digital health, Registered Users, TECS

We are delighted to welcome Appello, our newest registrant, the largest telecare monitoring service provider in the UK. Appello has registered its monitoring service with us, showing its commitment to work to CECOPS’ International Code of Practice for Planning, Commissioning and Providing Technology Enabled Care Services. Appello is also working towards accreditation, where their service…

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Local Government Association (LGA) and NHS England Vanguards signpost CECOPS as a resource to support Technology Enabled Care Services

Posted on: 27/06/2017 | Categories: CECOPS General, Digital health, General News, TECS

CECOPS offers standards, software tools, expert personnel and training to help local authorities and health organisations with planning, commissioning and providing technology enabled care services (TECS) e.g. telecare, digital health. CECOPS is an independent, not-for-profit standards and certification body for assistive technology services. CECOPS is, where appropriate, one of the resources Local Authorities are signposted…

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Technology Enabled Care Services: Overcoming barriers and organisational readiness – by Ruth Agbakoba

Posted on: 20/04/2017 | Categories: Uncategorized

Understanding the landscape of the readiness to adopt technology enabled care services in practice is a key factor in ascertaining the likelihood for successful service transformation. There is renewed pressure to act on the opportunities that digital technologies present with the publication of government documents such as ‘Personalised Health and care 2020’ and ‘Make or…

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CQC approval gained for CECOPS Scheme

Posted on: 10/06/2016 | Categories: CECOPS General, General News

We are delighted to announce that our application to become an official information source approved by CQC has been accepted. CQC says: ‘The CQC will work with CECOPS to ascertain how best to incorporate information from the scheme. Schemes will require written agreement with the participating services to permit that the results of assessments can…

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Northern Ireland sees first service accredited with CECOPS

Posted on: 29/04/2016 | Categories: CECOPS General, General News

The Community Equipment and Continence Service in Lisburn, run by HSC Business Services Organisation, has become the first CECOPS Accredited Service in Northern Ireland! The service is to be commended for having dedicated and enthusiastic staff, together with excellent performance levels and a focus on continuous improvement. CECOPS accreditation is the prestigious award granted to…

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