Transforming Local Systems

The Transforming Local Systems programme focuses on supporting prevention and self-management, incorporating digital technology, where it makes sense to do so.

Transforming Midlothian’s Frailty System of Care using the Scottish Approach to Service Design

Midlothian Health and Social Care Partnership needed to transform traditional models of care to enable the increasing numbers of people living with frailty to achieve their best possible quality of life.  Despite introducing a number of innovative ways to identify and support people, we recognised some continuing challenges:

Transforming support for people who experience Domestic Abuse in Aberdeen City using the Scottish Approach to Service Design 

Project aims and objectives

The overarching aim of the project is to understand how Technology Enabled Care (TEC) can play a role in supporting the delivery of multi-agency services for people, aged 18+ who experience domestic abuse.

Transforming health and social care provision for people with a long term condition living in the Irvine Valley, using the Scottish Approach to Service Design

Project Background

Transforming Respiratory Services

The aim of this project is to transform the Highland Respiratory Care pathway towards a pathway that is truly patient centred, by co-designing it with patients and all those who either use or provide respiratory services from the outset.

Our project team comprises:

By TEC Team, Wed, 23/06/2021

Transforming Local Systems Pathfinder Projects

On Monday 17 June 2019 over 65 attendees came to the COSLA HQ in Edinburgh for the Scottish Technology Enabled Care (TEC) Transforming Local Systems Pathfinders Launch event, Chaired by Christine McLaughlin, Chief Finance Officer NHS Scotland and Director of Health Finance, Corporate Governance and Value, Scottish Government.

Attendees came together from the 4 Scottish Health and Social Care Partnership areas which are taking forward TEC Pathfinder projects:

By TEC Team, Wed, 23/06/2021

Following the Launch event on 17 June in Edinburgh, Margaret Whoriskey, Head of Technology Enabled Care and Digital Healthcare Innovation and Catriona Macaulay, Chief Design Officer, Scottish Government, two of the finalists in this year’s Digital Leader category for DL100, were joined by Erik Sutherland,Senior Manager – Planning & Performance, East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership, to deliver a webinar which was recorded and will be accessible on-demand for all those interested in this approach to listen to and consider.