The paper focuses on Microsoft’s vision for Smart Places and Connected Communities, exploring the potential of emerging technologies to transform the integration of health and care in adult services. One of the key scenarios the paper explores is reimagining the integration of health and care around the person through connected intelligent use of data, a core focus for ARMED technology.
Featured as a case study for preventing falls, the paper showcases ARMED wearable devices and sensors that have been successfully trialled in East Dumbartonshire and implemented with Loreburn Housing Association in Dumfries.
This white paper follows from ARMED’s own white paper, ‘Will AI set the standard for falls detection’, which discusses digital strategy within health and social care and shares how results of the ARMED solution are already promoting prevention and self-management.
ARMED is delighted to be in the 1% of companies chosen to be a Microsoft co-sell partner.