Clive Flashman is the President of the Digital Health Council of the Royal Society of Medicine – an organisation whose purpose is to educate clinicians. He is also a freelance digital health consultant with over 20 years experience in the Healthcare sector. He mentors on the NHS Clinical Entrepreneurship programme and lectures in Digital Health at the University of Cumbria. His portfolio of clients ranges from healthcare-based charities to software companies – all seeking his unique insights into the ways that healthcare can be optimised through technology, and new strategies for technology enabled care.
An explanation of the technologies that can enable people to live at home for longer, with their health and care being digitally monitored and/ or managed by family and clinical professionals. Some of this technology relates to the use of medical devices in the home, it also covers the provision of therapeutic services remotely, as well as patient education and self-management tools.