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Outcomes of the Implementation of Telemonitoring NI - Commissioned Call 2013

Telemonitoring NI is a service designed to improve the clinical care, self-management and outcomes for patients by facilitating high quality and safe service delivery through a remote monitoring, end-to-end managed service.

HSC R&D Division issued a call for commissioned research on the current outcomes of the implementation of the Telemonitoring NI managed service.

One research project was funded and will provide new knowledge and robust evidence which will: inform the processes of continuous improvement of Telemonitoring NI; Inform the development of any subsequent telemonitoring contract; inform future strategy for technology deployment in healthcare in NI; enable organisational learning and well-informed decision-making during the initial contract period and beyond; and allow generalisable application in contexts beyond the Northern Ireland setting.

Awards made under the Commissioned Research Call in Outcomes of the Implementation of Telemonitoring NI in 2013:

(final costs are subject to change, project status correct as of August 2016)

 

Prof J McElnay (QUB)
2014-2016 Status: Research Complete
£249,000
 

Reports summarising the research findings can be accessed below:

 

Executive Summary

Telehealth Report

Telecare Report

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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