Airtel-Vodafone is working with the Technology Enabled Care Services Association (TSA), the industry advisory body for technology enabled care (TEC) in the UK
The work is part of its Digital Telecare Jersey Government Contract to replace the current Community Alarm System.
TSA is offering advice and support to Airtel-Vodafone around transition to and roll-out of the new Digital Telecare System.
Members of the TSA include over 150 UK local authority and NHS Trusts, as well as leading care and health technology providers. TSA represents the TEC sector through its engagement with organisations such as The Department of Health and Social Care, the Care Quality Commission and Local Government Association.
Peter Zunino, Head of Sales and Marketing at Airtel-Vodafone said: “Our membership of the TSA is just another part of our ongoing commitment to delivering the highest standards in Digital Telecare for the benefit of all stakeholders – The Government of Jersey, care providers, friends and family and ultimately the end user of the service.”
Nathan Downing, Director of Membership & Consultancy Services at TSA said: “We look forward to supporting Airtel-Vodafone and sharing learning from around the UK as they work in partnership with stakeholders across Jersey on their digital telecare journey.”