Self-management of diabetes using telemonitoring

Image of the blog author, Claire McQuillanClaire McQuillan, Tunstall Delivery Manager at Remote Telemonitoring Northern Ireland (RTNI) talks about a recent study considering the use of telemonitoring to self-manage diabetes.

The TF3 consortium (comprising Tunstall Healthcare, Fold Telecare and S3 Group) was awarded a 6-year contract in March 2011, to provide a telemonitoring service to the Northern Ireland health and social care system. The contract, which represents an investment of […]

More than a million days of telehealth monitoring

Telemonitoring-NI-Simon-Arnold Health Minister visit

Simon Arnold, Chief Customer Officer at Tunstall Group (pictured above, second left), discusses the growth of Telemonitoring NI, a service that supports people with long-term health and care needs in Northern Ireland.

Telemonitoring NI is a service provided by TF3 consortium (Tunstall, Fold and S3 Group) in conjunction with the five Health and Social Care Trusts in Northern Ireland and the Centre for Connected Health & Social Care. Telemonitoring […]

Learning from Telemonitoring NI


Last week Simon Arnold, Tunstall’s Managing Director and Director of TF3 consortium, which comprises Tunstall, Fold and S3 Group, spoke at NICON eHealth conference (#eHealthNI14) about Telemonitoring NI, a pioneering telehealthcare service that is now an international reference point in its field…

This blog summarises my NICON conference talk and covers the progression of Telemonitoring NI and what we have learnt. I will focus on telehealth, but it […]

By |October 13th, 2014|Features|0 Comments

Putting patients at the centre of their care


Simon Arnold, UK and Ireland Managing Director for Tunstall and Director at TF3 Consortium (which comprises Tunstall, Fold and S3 Group) talks about Telemonitoring NI and how technology-enabled connected care is playing a key part in providing proactive, preventative and person-centred interventions in Northern Ireland.

Recently, I spoke at the Policy Forum for Northern Ireland about the work […]

TelemonitoringNI – Alice’s story

Alice Quinn is an Antrim Area Hospital patient with Type 1 diabetes, which has caused chronic kidney disease (CKD) and a history of hypertension. In April 2013, Alice received a new kidney after her renal function dropped below 20%.

Alice was first referred to the Telemonitoring NI service last year as a track and trend patient, which meant she would take her blood pressure readings on a regular basis, which were automatically referred to the monitoring […]