Our partnership is a powerful collaboration of 24 organisation bringing strong leadership, diverse expertise, technical and change management capabilities with a proven track record for delivery and implementation. SALPB provides a high level strategic leadership and commitment for technology enabled service redesign within business, health and wellbeing setting. Telecare, telemonitoring and dallas agenda Partners have made a financial commitment of £5.375m to match the funding requested from TSB therefore sharing the financial risk We are not dependant on a single supplier, geographic and sector specific interest. Partner profile and track records: NHS24 and EY – experience, proven track record of transformational system change in the assistive technology, programme management and business modelling. NHS24 as the lead organisation will lead, co-ordinate and quality control the implementation of LiU. Our expertise will be complemented by working with niche and reputable partners such as: Andago, Sitekit, Intersystems and ATOS – brings systems integration and technology platform expertise Intrelate & Philips – collaborative technology enabled service redesign GSA, Carers Scotland and LTCAS – our design team champions lifestyle focus influenced by real people’s lives Maverick, Illumina, STV, Looking local, Vodafone, O2 – media and telecommunications partners will help us deliver multichannel solutions at scale SE/HIE – business and commercial focus on inward investment and encouraging enterprise and innovation
We Have the Evidence BUTNot From MY Back Yard Prof George C rooks OBE
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The 1950s How it all began Groundbreaking Danish legislationHearing examinations and hearing aids were made available to all, free of charge. “ Defectivehearing,” the legislation stated, “ must be regarded as a handicap equal to the loss of a limb or similar afflictions.” Three regional hearing centers were established in C openhagen, Aarhus and Odense. This far-reaching legislation not only opened up new possibilities with regard to compensation for loss of hearing, but also promoted increased industrial and research activities in the field of hearing healthcare.