• Developing approaches and a culture for testing the benefits of using Smart Care Technology, with the end goal being used as a blueprint / future operating model in business as usual.
• Producing evidence and recommendations on the cost benefit of introducing Smart Care Technology.
• Using “Co-production” and “Service Design” to work with partners, providers, service users and carers to test and introduce Smart Care Tech through work flows and work packages to implement change.
• Focusing on Cultural change but most of all keeping it simple!
• Defining and articulating a consistent local message on the benefits of using Smart Care Technology for users, carers and providers.
• Developing a local market for provision and use of Smart Care Technology.
• Embeding Smart Technology into existing services across health and social care where appropriate.
• Developing an Eco-System / Collaborative approach with a range of partners / suppliers
• Giving greater consideration of a common platform and interoperability needs to be key
• Exploring greater use of Artificial Intelligence, augmented / virtual reality, machine learning and make greater use of big data and analytics
For success it’s “not” just about the technology but all about the culture!
Quality labels and accreditations
No but depending on what project we are supporting many all of our partners do.