Breadcrumb Home Publications Evaluating telecare and telehealth interventions This content relates to the following topics: Technology and data Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page This paper, the second in a series of WSDAN briefing papers, provides guidance about how to carry out good-quality evaluations of telecare and telehealth interventions.It identifies different types of evaluations, and briefly reviews the evidence from systematic reviews of telecare and telehealth to illustrate key issues to be addressed in future evaluations. Comments I'm very interested on this topic Reply Link to comment Pagination Previous page Next page Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Online event Innovation in medicines: adapting for the future Blog Is the data strategy a missed opportunity to build trust in how data is used? The government’s ambitious new data strategy for health and social care has been published. But, says Pritesh Mistry, the strategy could suffer the same fate as previous data initiatives, unless the government focuses on gaining people’s trust and ensuring transparency. Long read Admin matters: the impact of NHS administration on patient care High-quality NHS admin processes can improve patient experience, help to address inequalities and promote better care. This long read suggests a framework for improving the quality of admin based on insight from patients, carers and NHS staff. Audio The health care of tomorrow? International learning on community, technology, and avoiding digital exclusion What does the future of care delivery look like? Anna Charles talks with Dr Steven Tierney and Dr Henry Chung to explore how they have transformed their health systems to better support local communities, and how to address digital exclusion in an increasingly digital world.