Assisted Living Innovation Platform (ALIP): Telecare eNewsletter for March 2015 (Telecare LIN)

Summary

The March 2015 issue of the newsletter from Innovate UK (previously Technology Strategy Board), HealthTech Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) and the Assisted Living Innovation Platform is available.

Crowdsource Funding Appeal: Apparently, and inexplicably, it appears that this could be the last Telecare LIN newsletter to be published; unless other funding sources can contribute to maintaining this unmatched current awareness resource.

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Reference

Assisted Living Innovation Platform (ALIP) Newsletter. March 2015. ALIP: Telecare eNewsletter. London: Telecare LIN, March 26th 2015.

There are two supplements: (i) a Links Supplement and (ii) a UK Health and Care Programmes Supplement relating to April 2015 (which covers policy initiatives such as NHS England’s Vanguard Sites, the Care Act and the Better Care Fund). An impressive range of coverage.

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