Industry news in brief
This industry roundup covers award wins for AVERio at the StartUp Awards and Uni Hospital Southampton midwives at the Royal College of Midwives awards.
New National Treatment Centre Highland deploys Cambric’s Morse EPR
Cambric Systems has announced that the National Treatment Centre (NTC) Highland has deployed the Morse Electronic Patient Record (EPR).
BEAMS reduces alarm response times at Leeds Children’s Hospital
The Bedside Equipment Alarm Monitoring System (BEAMS) recently installed on a ward at Leeds Children’s Hospital has reduced alarm response times.
Pictura Bio receives funding for AI disease testing platform for military use
Pictura Bio has announced that it has been awarded funding to develop a prototype of its AI-powered disease testing platform for use in military settings.
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Government and NHSE to rename and relaunch AHSNs as HINs
The government and NHS England have confirmed their intention to relaunch England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks as Health Innovation Networks.
Humans and machines will dance together but who leads asks Nosta
John Nosta, the number one ranked digital health global influencer, has said that humans and technology will “dance together” but questioned who will lead.
Movers and Shakers news roundup
The latest edition of Movers and Shakers includes appointments at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust and DrDoctor.
NHS cyber security ‘crisis’ fuelled by huge landscape, low digital maturity
Healthcare cyber security experts speak exclusively to Digital Health News about the increasing cyber security issues in the NHS and healthcare sector.
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Alcidion’s Miya Noting enhances clinician experience at South Tees
Clinicians at South Tees Hospitals have highlighted the positive impacts of Miya Noting, a digital noting solution which saves time and simplifies working.
Study finds two-thirds of UK GP surgery websites have accessibility errors
A study into UK GP surgeries’ websites has found that two-thirds (66%) of sites have detectable design errors, potentially excluding one-in-five users.