On remote care

Chrysanthaki T, Hendy J, Barlow J (in press) Stimulating whole system redesign: lessons from an organisational analysis of the Whole System Demonstrator Programme. Journal of Health Service Research & Policy.

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Cartwright M et al. (2013) Effect of telehealth on quality of life and psychological outcomes over 12 months (Whole Systems Demonstrator telehealth questionnaire study): nested study of patient reported outcomes in a pragmatic, cluster randomised controlled trial. BMJ 346,f653 doi: 10.1136/bmj.f653.

   

Hendy, J. et al. An organizational analysis of the implementation of telecare and telehealth: The Whole Systems Demonstrator. BMC Health Services Research, 2012, 12:403 doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-403.

   

Sanders C et al (2012) Exploring barriers to participation and adoption of telehealth and telecare within the Whole System Demonstrator trial: a qualitative study. BMC Health Services Research 12, 220 doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-220.

   

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Hendy J, Barlow J (2012) The role of the organizational champion in achieving health system change. Social Science and Medicine 74(5), 348-355.

   

Barlow J, Hendy J, Chrysanthaki T (2012) Scaling-up Remote Care in the United Kingdom: Lessons from a Decade of Policy Intervention. In Glascock A, Kutzik D (eds) Essential Lessons for the Success of Telehomecare - Why It's not Plug and Play. IOS Press.

 
 

Barlow J et al. Remote Care PLC: Developing the capacity of the remote care industry to supply Britain’s future needs. Report for WSD evaluation programme. HaCIRIC, 2012.

   

Barlow J, Bayer S, Cravo Oliveira T (2011) Remote Care: Health at Home. In Harper R (ed) The Connected Home: The Future of Domestic Life. Springer.

   

Hendy J, Barlow J, Chrysanthaki T (2011). Implementing remote care in the UK: an update of progress. Eurohealth, 17, No 2-3.

   

Bayer S, Petsoulas C, Cox B, Honeyman A, Barlow J (2010) Facilitating stroke care planning through simulation modelling. Health Informatics, 16, 129-143.

   

Barlow J, Bayer S, Curry R, Hendy J, McMahon L (2010) From care closer to home to care in the home: the potential impact of telecare on the built environment. In Kagioglou, M. & Tzortzopoulos, P. (eds.) Improving Healthcare Through The Built Environment. Wiley-Blackwell.

   

Barlow J, Bayer S, Curry R, Hendy J, Wheelock A. (2010) Telecare Capital Grant in Wales. Evaluation of TCG implementation. Report prepared for Welsh Assembly Government file://www.ssiacymru.org.uk/telecare

   

Barlow J, Hendy J (2009) ‘The challenges of adopting integrated mainstream telecare services: lessons from the UK.’ Eurohealth, 2009, 15 (1).

   

Cox B, Barlow J, Petsoulas C, Bayer S (2008) Modelling service innovation in stroke care. Final report. Department of Health, Information and Communication Research Initiative 2 (ICRI II).

   

Hobson H, Liddle A, Beale T, Barlow J, Curry R, Williamson B, Black D, Hansell P (2008) Health Technology Scenarios and Implications for Spectrum. London, Ofcom.

   

Bayer S, Barlow J, Curry R (2007) Assessing the impact of a care innovation: telecare. System Dynamics Review, 23, 61-80.

   

Barlow J, Singh D, Bayer S, Curry R (2007) A systematic review of the benefits of home telecare for frail elderly people and those with long-term conditions. Journal of Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 13, 172-179.

   

Barlow J, Bayer S, Curry R, Hendy J (2007) The costs of telecare: from pilots to mainstream implementation. In Curtis, L. and Netten, A. (eds.) Unit Costs of Health and Social Care 2007. London, Dept of Health / PSSRU.

   

Barlow J (2006) Building an evidence base for successful telecare implementation. Updated report of the Evidence Working Group of the Telecare Policy Collaborative chaired by James Barlow. London, Care Services Improvement Partnership. http://icn.csip.org.uk/telecare/index.cfm?pid=541&catalogueContentID=1110

   

Barlow J, Bayer S, Curry R (2006) Implementing complex innovations in fluid multi-stakeholder environments: experiences of telecare. Technovation, 26, 396-406.

   

Barlow J, Bayer S, Castleton, B, Curry, R (2005) Meeting government objectives for telecare in moving from local implementation to mainstream services. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 11, S1:49-51

   
Barlow J, Bayer S, Curry R (2005) Flexible homes, flexible care, inflexible attitudes? The role of telecare in supporting independence. Housing Studies 20, 441-456.    

Barlow J, Curry R, Bowen T, Forte P, Jones T, Patel T (2005) Strategic Business Case Models for Telecare. Department of Health. http://icn.csip.org.uk/telecare/index.cfm?pid=361

   

Barlow J, Curry R, Bayer S, Wardle D, Tinoco M (2004) Implementing Telecare: Strategic Guidelines for Policy Makers, Commissioners and Providers. Public Sector National Report. London: Audit Commission.

   

Barlow J, Venables T (2004) Will technological innovation create the true lifetime home? Housing Studies 19, 795-810.

   
Barlow J, Bayer S, Curry R (2003) The design of pilot telecare projects and their integration into mainstream service delivery. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 9, S1: 1-3.    
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