News Summary – 27 July 2012 Reply

New colour-coded patient chart developed to record vital signs & escalation in acute settings ind.pn/OgbOKsvia @Independent

Exploring barriers to participation/adoption of#telehealth & #telecare in #WSD trial: a qualitative study (prov abs) bit.ly/P5b2Lc

Further #WSD paper on the way – Barriers to participation/adoption of #telehealth & #telecare(provisional abstract) bit.ly/P5b2Lc

‘6,000 die a year due to poor patient checks’ – consistent monitoring of vital signs in hospital via @Telegraphsoc.li/Q80NITl

JMIR: Effects of Combining Web-Based eHealth With Telephone Nurse Case Management for Ped Asthma Control jmir.org/2012/4/e101/ #telehealth

Barriers to participation/adoption of #telehealth &#telecare in #WSD trial: a qualitative study (provisional abstract) bit.ly/P5b2Lc

How many in #telehealth world shocked by inconsistent paper systems with poor follow up for hospital vital signs checks soc.li/Q80NITl

‘@dean_jenkins – Yes, there will be staff who are apprehensive/feel threatened by #telehealth – challenge of change & service redesign

RT @dean_jenkins: . @clarkmike reinforces the need for strong local clinical leadership.

RT @dean_jenkins: . @clarkmike fear of disruption to existing, valued services in participants of telehealth / telecare a concern of staff too I’d say.

‘@dean_jenkins – clinical leadership – interesting to see CCGs getting involved in #telehealth – examples from@NHSSimple

‘Health video startup launches aiming to be as ubiquitous as YouTube (video)’ – MedCity Newsbit.ly/NxY7qD

RT @SH_Robinson: See your CCG’s boundaries and when it will be authorised in GP magazine’s brand new map bit.ly/OpqW6E

‘Robust Telehealth Solutions Fill Gaps in Care, Reduce Hospital Readmissions and Cut Costs’ – Becker’s Hospital Review bit.ly/OpvF8q

‘NHS trusts form IT procurement groups’gu.com/p/39b5f/tw via @guardian

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