Proactive Care Fund remote monitoring technology funding

The Proactive Care Fund facilitates access to over £1 million of funding in order to support organisations to procure and roll out lifestyle monitoring solutions at speed.

The Fund is available through a quick and streamlined application process and supports organisations to take advantage of the significant efficiencies, savings and improved health outcomes available through technology.

The objective of the funding is to enable the participants to develop and implement leading-edge remote monitoring technology to support their staff to achieve better health outcomes for population health and reduce the pressure on the health and care ecosystem.

With Lilli organisations are: 

  • Making savings in excess of £30,000 per week
  • Achieving a 24% care cost saving per service user 
  • Reducing residential care referrals by 40% 
  • Generating over 7,000 additional carer hours in just six months 
  • Accelerating hospital discharge by an average of 16 days
  • Supporting people to live safely and independently at home

5th – 16th July – Application window – Please make sure you submit your application within this timeframe

1st August – Application notice – If you apply within the submission window, we will inform you whether or not you are eligible for the funding by the 1st of August.

“The NCL boroughs applied for the Proactive Care Fund to help support our residents to maximise their independence and remain living at home through the use of the innovative Lilli system.  

The application process for the fund was comprehensive yet accessible and the funding provided has enabled a wider roll out of Lilli than originally anticipated, allowing us to support a greater number of residents. I’d highly recommend ICSs to apply for this fantastic opportunity.” 

– Phil Darby, ASC Commissioning Lead for Markets at North Central London ICB 



Which areas will benefit from Lilli?

Applications will be open to those seeking to use the technology across the following areas:

  • Virtual wards
  • Short and long-term Care Assessments
  • D2A
  • Social care Front door
  • Speeding up discharge from hospital to intermediate facilities and to home
  • Falls prevention

  • Frailty
  • Extra care and supported living
  • Reablement
  • Correct sizing of care packages
  • Increasing capacity in care package availability
  • Improving staff efficiency

To receive the application pack, fill out the form below or email