11 October 2017 / Categories: News CM2000 present ARMED at International Technology Enabled Care Conference (iTEC) Keeping the aging population safe and well in their own homes is a win-win for everyone involved in health and social care. CM2000’s ARMED (Advanced Risk Modelling for Early Detection) is now being trialled by Local Authorities and Housing Associations to encourage better self-management, and provide data to facilitate early intervention and prevention. ARMED combines pioneering predictive analytics modelling with innovative wearable technology, and health and social care data, providing a powerful tool to identify risk indicators, particularly those at risk of falling, earlier in the care cycle. CM2000’s Director of Preventative Solutions, Brian Brown, will be talking about this innovative solution at the International Technology Enabled Care Conference (iTEC) 2017. The conference takes place at The ICC (International Convention Centre), in Birmingham on Monday 16th & Tuesday 17th October 2017 under the banner of ‘Putting People First: Practical solutions and inspirational ideas from the experts’. Delegates can join Brian’s session at the Innovation Stage at 11.45 on Tuesday 17th October. For more information about the event visit: https://www.tsa-voice.org.uk/international-conference To discover more about CM2000 or ARMED email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0121 308 3010 Previous Article CM2000 showcase technology for sustaining social care services at NCAS Next Article CQC report highlights variable quality care around the country Print 1768 Rate this article: No rating Please login or register to post comments.