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  • An attributable cost model for a telecare system using advanced community alarms 

    Brownsell, S. J.; Bradley, David A.; Bragg, R.; Catling, P.; Carlier, J. (Royal Society of Medicine Press Limited, 2001-04)
    We have developed an attributable cost model for a city-based telecare scheme involving 11,618 community alarm users. The equipment was assumed to cost 500-1000 per installation, compared with 175 for the current system. ...
  • Community alarms to telecare: the need for a systems strategy for integrated telehealth provision 

    Bradley, David A.; Williams, G.; Brownsell, S. J.; Levy, S. (IOS Press, 2002)
    Telecare systems are increasingly being seen as a means of providing a cost-effective response to the increasing demands placed on healthcare provision. However, in order to meet all levels of stakeholder need, there is a ...
  • Do community alarm users want telecare? 

    Brownsell, S. J.; Bradley, David A.; Bragg, R.; Catlin, P.; Carlier, J. (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2000-08)
    Previous surveys have suggested that community alarm users are in general satisfied with the service provided. However, there is also evidence that users would like additional options that could be provided by a telecare ...
  • Future systems for remote health care 

    Brownsell, S. J.; Williams, G.; Bradley, David A.; Bragg, R.; Catlin, P.; Carlier, J. (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 1999-07)
    As the number of elderly people in society increases, the use of technology to support the care system is being examined. However, there is no agreed model of a technology-based health-care system that fully integrates the ...