Aberdeen TEC Pathfinders Project
Technology Enabled Care (TEC) Transforming Local Systems Pathfinder Programme
The national programme is aligned to the Scottish Government’s Digital Health and Care Strategy, published in April 2018. The strategy identifies service transformation and the contribution of digital technology as one of six key domains in using technology to reshape and improve services, support person-centred care and improve outcomes.
The programme aims to support multiagency partnerships to embed digital technology in the transformation of local services for health and wellbeing. It has adopted the Scottish Approach to Service Design as a core component of the programme, placing the citizen at the centre of the process of understanding problems and designing potential solutions. There is a focus on shared learning across Scotland and future adaptability and transferability of the approach of the pathfinders.
Aberdeen City Pathfinder Project
ACVO and Aberdeen HSCP have been chosen to lead on a (TEC) Pathfinders Project within Aberdeen City. The project aims to explore, define and co-design how TEC can support the delivery of multiagency services for people who experience domestic abuse.
We are currently in the Discovery phase of our project, which considers:
- Identifying stakeholders, citizens and provision within the city
- Mapping experiences, gaps and pain points for citizens and stakeholders
- Understanding what citizens needs are when accessing and receiving support
For further information about the project, please contact:
TEC Project Manager, Ali Jones
Further information about domestic abuse can be found here: https://www.mygov.scot/domestic-abuse/