Perinatal mental health gets XR treatment in new training programme
England has become the first country in the world to launch clinical training in perinatal mental health using extended reality (XR) technology.
NHS Lanarkshire upgrades Multitone Electronics critical messaging system
NHS Lanarkshire has upgraded Multitone Electronics’ critical messaging system at The University Hospital Hairmyres in East Kilbride, a hospital it manages.
EIT Health helps accelerate AI bipolar diagnostic test launch
An artificial intelligence bipolar diagnostic blood test is launching two years early thanks to the support of EIT Health.
Helix VaxApp gets approval from NHSE to boost vaccine management
MedicalDirector UK’s Helix VaxApp has received approval from NHS England to be used across the health service’s Covid and flu vaccination programme.
The Royal Marsden goes live with new Epic EPR ‘Connect’
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust has gone live with Connect, a new electronic patient record (EPR) powered by Epic.
Jersey selects BridgeHead’s HealthStore to manage medical images
Jersey’s Health and Community Services (HCS) Department will use BridgeHead’s HealthStore to consolidate all medical images in a central repository.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ first to use TORS approach for surgery
In a world first, Guy’s and St Thomas’ has been using the Versius robotic surgery system to carry out transoral robotic surgery (TORS).
Digital Health and Care Wales to launch digital systems usability survey
In a move to assess how effective the digital clinical systems used in NHS Wales are, Digital Health and Care Wales is launching a usability survey.
PerkinElmer launch to accelerate drug discovery efforts
PerkinElmer has introduced an upgraded version of its EnVision system, a multimode plate reader which aims to speed up drug discovery work.
Loughborough Urgent Treatment Centre digitises patient pathway
Loughborough Urgent Treatment Centre is introducing a digital triage solution to help tackle lengthy queues and spot more easily urgent cases.