Progress Lifeline was delighted to host the TEC Services Association (TSA) surgery for the North West region at Sumner House in Leyland, Lancashire this week.
The telecare surgeries, held bi-annually in each region, and delivered by technology enabled care (TEC) industry regulator and membership organisation - the Telecare Services Association (TSA), saw more than 20 delegates including service members and commissioners attend the event.
The surgeries give representatives from TSA membership organisations the opportunity to discuss topics and news items relevant to the telecare industry and to learn from, and share knowledge and best practice, with each other.
A TSA representative said, "We have been delighted with the attendance at the recent TSA Surgeries, we have found them a really useful platform to engage with our service provider members and commissioners, and we would like to thank all those members that have attended so far. Amongst other topics, yesterday's surgery focused on the digital shift and the Quality Standards Framework (QSF)."
The TSA is the industry body for technology enabled care (TEC) services, representing over 350 organisations including telecare and telehealth service providers and suppliers, commissioners, digital health businesses, housing associations, emergency services, academics, charities and government bodies. Find out more on the TSA website here.
Progress Lifeline is one of the North West's leading and longest standing TEC services providers, providing telecare and remote monitoring services, red button lifeline alarms, and the Emergency Home Response with assistive lifting service.
Find out more about Progress Lifeline's services across Lancashire and the UK by visiting the Progress Lifeline website by clicking here.