It depends what you're trying to achieve. High Street demos might excite patient and carer interest, but it's not about the toys, it's about the system. Patients can't buy their telehealth, whether in a shop or online. The NHS buys it for them.
GPs, CCGs and community providers are the people who need to buy in. Then the public's see it, feel it, play with it setting could be provided in a community care location (they're generally getting closer to the High Street). And what's on display can be related to what's [potentially] on offer locally.
Consumer led revolution. Show them what they can have and they will demand it. Some will even pay privately for it - no really they will; private health care.
Forget selling to doctor and the medics - sell to the public and they will drag the docs into this century.
A hospital ward - nurses take observations from people and report to the doctor if they have any concerns - that is Telehealth but with the patient and the technology reporting to the GP. Some will fear this will lead to an ill revolution - it will. But it will anyway so we better be ready for it - more people on the planet, more ill people on the planet. More hospitals- er no. More docs - er no. More nurses - hahaha er no. So plan and deal.
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