New NHS remote monitoring service for people with dementia
Published: 26 August 2020
Award winning technology launched across Surrey
A new NHS service that uses award-winning technology is being launched across Surrey to remotely monitor the health of people with dementia and their carers during the Coronavirus outbreak.
The new, free of charge TIHM (Technology Integrated Health Management) Monitoring Service is offered by local NHS provider, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, smart home monitoring provider, Howz, Surrey County Council and Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership. Professional and self-referrals are now being accepted online at the Surrey and Borders Partnership Trust TIHM (Technology Integrated Health Management) Monitoring Service webpage where more information can also be found about the service.
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