Breadcrumb Home Publications Perspectives on telehealth and telecare 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 third in a series of WSDAN briefing papers, examines the experiences of the network's 12 member sites in implementing telehealth and telecare.It examines the challenges and barriers they faced, and the progress they made, in developing and adopting new technologies. Related blogsBlogMaking a reality of telehealth: lessons from the Whole System Demonstrator programme As we await the results of the WSDAN project, Nick Goodwin considers what else is needed to support new technologies in telehealth and telecare. Comments 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 Secure text messaging with school nursing teams Children and young people are at high risk of suffering a broad range of health and social challenges. ChatHealth is a web-based application that supports safe and secure messaging between health care staff and service users. Long read Adoption and spread of innovation in the NHS Ben Collins reflects on opportunities to accelerate the adoption of service innovation in the NHS, drawing on findings from eight case studies of successful spread of innovation in the NHS. Florence: telehealth for long-term conditions Developed by Phil O’Connell, a chartered IT professional with a background in telecoms and financial services IT systems, Florence is a mobile phone app which can contribute to a dramatic improvement in quality of life for patients with long-term conditions. Article Getting the most from technology requires pathway redesign Test bed initiatives show that, beyond technology, pathway transformation is what leads to the real change.