Tunstall releases ICP update with direct messaging capability

Assistive technology and home monitoring provider Tunstall has released a new version of its Integrated Care Platform (ICP) platform, including a new interface for the myMobile app and the ability for patients and clinicians to send secure messages from within the platform.

ICP is used for a number of home monitoring programs in Australia and the UK, with one community care program currently being delivered in New Zealand.

Posted in Aged Care

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# Janette Gogler 2018-11-05 10:27
Fabulous progress in home monitoring that will benefit people with Chronic illness or aging. Fitbit or the like will require recalibration / know the date is recording accurately. how will this be managed. And who owns the secondary use of the data supplied via multiple apps ? Will there be further studies to inform the health informatics sector as this is definitely the direction technology and health requires with confidence.

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