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SEHTA Publications

Welcome to the SEHTA Publications page –  here you will find all of our recent published reports and directories

 

London MedTech Directory and Review
Published: 2nd edition -updated August 2017

The London MedTech Directory & Review 2017_Page_01SEHTA in partnership with the GLA and supported by MedCity has produced London MedTech Directory Review 2017 (August 2017 Version)

The London MedTech Directory & Review 2017 starts to identify who is in the sector, where they are and what they do. We encourage you to feed-back, correct and fill in any gaps. This directory also offers comment on particular sub-sectors which are emerging, and some thoughts for the future. We plan to release updated versions on an regular basis, keeping pace with the growth and strengthening of this exciting sector in London.

For further information and how to add your company to this directory, please click here

 

Technology and Innovation in Care Homes: The SEHTA Review
Published: March 2016

SEHTA BROCHURE COVER HRThis Review provides an analysis of the way that information and communication technology (ICT) applied to the care home sector has the potential to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of care provision. We define this enhanced care as Technology-Enabled Care (TEC), and the technology and supporting services as Technology-Enabled Care Services (TECS). When we refer to the care home sector in this report, we refer to both residential care homes and nursing homes.

For further information and to download your copy of our TICH Review, please click here

 

 

SEHTA: The 10 Year Review
Published: June 2016

SEHTA 10 year review cover

Last year SEHTA celebrated its’ 10th year anniversary.  At our 2016 AGM and Annual conference we published this review to highlight our achievements over the last 10 years and to give our current members a good insight into what we have achieved and how we can continue to support them grow their business.

For further information and to download your copy of our 10 Year Review, please click here

 

 

 

Electronic Reporting in Domiciliary Care 
Published: December 2016

Voice to Text Report CoverThis report sponsored by Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network (KSS AHSN), describes action-research carried out in the Autumn of 2016 by South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA) to find a solution to the industry-wide challenge of needing to better protect domiciliary care clients against safety events, and in so doing better protect careworkers, care managers and executive team members from liability challenges, despite increasingly complex client needs and reduced funding.

SEHTA took on this challenge by designing, planning, running and evaluating a trial at All Seasons Copperfield’s extra-care facility in Ramsgate, Kent that compared the efficiency and effectiveness of the traditional system of recording the care that was delivered in a book kept in the client’s home against different technological alternatives.

For further information and to download your copy of our Electronic Reporting in Domiciliary Care, please click here

 

 

MALCOLM Reports

Published: January 2015

MALCOM Middle logoMALCOLMMapping Assisted Living Capability Over La Manche) mapped the assisted living capabilities in the coastal regions either side of the Channel. The mapping will be conducted using a standardised methodology so that direct comparisons can be made between the regions.

The project aimed to build partnerships for cross-border economic development and centers of excellence, and to identify and support common and complementary centers of business and research excellence.

The project stimulated the exchange of information and the transfer of good practices, and support the development of a transnational cluster network. By undertaking a matched capability mapping exercise between the two regions on assisted living, a sound basis for this exchange activity was built up. Opportunities for technology exchange or new business development can be identified, qualified and then offered to the organisations best qualified to exploit them within the partners’ clusters.

Final Reports

SEHTA and Pole-Tes were pleased to present the final reports for the EU MALCOLM Project.  These are a series of reports produced by the project that combine to give an overview of the Assisted Living capabilities in the English MALCOLM region (Hampshire, Surrey, West Sussex, East Sussex and Kent), and the French MALCOLM region of Lower Normandy.
 These reports include:

MALCOLM Assisted Living Capability Analysis Main Report

Together, these reports provide a comprehensive overview of the research into the Assisted Living needs and capabilities of the English and French MALCOLM regions. For anyone interested in an overview of the key insights and analysis from the MALCOLM project, the starting point should be to read Part 1 of the Assisted Living Capability Comparison Report. If more information is required, this can be found in the additional supporting reports.