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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Safety and risk issues in using telecare 

    Williams, G.; Doughty, K.; Bradley, David A. (Royal Society of Medicine Press, 2000-10)
    The increasing adoption of technology to support independent living at home through the extended use of community alarms and, ultimately, second-generation telecare systems poses some safety problems. The implications of ...
  • A systems approach to achieving CarerNet-an integrated and intelligent telecare system 

    Williams, G.; Doughty, K.; Bradley, David A. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1998-03)
    The system requirements for an integrated telecare system are presented by using a modification of the CORE methodology. The resulting system model uses viewpoint analysis to establish the needs and requirements of both ...