Tag Archives: Apps Related to Dementia

More on the Uses of New Technologies in Health and Care (CQC)

Summary The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has created a collection of case studies which explore innovative uses of new technologies in the provision, monitoring and quality improvement of various health and care services.​ “We are determined that regulation does not stand … Continue reading

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Technology and Surveillance in Care Services (CQC)

Summary The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has started a series which covers the use of technology in care. The topics explored, so far, comprise: Introduction: how technology can support high-quality care. Using surveillance in care services. Handling personal information. Consent … Continue reading

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People With Learning Disabilities and Dementia: Reasonable Adjustments to Healthcare Services (PHE / PHELDO)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) has released a multi-part guide on reasonable adjustments which should be made to health and social care services, with a view to ensuring these services are accessible for people with learning disabilities plus actual or … Continue reading

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