Pat Breen, Minister of State for Trade, Employment and Business, commended Ireland’s thriving med-tech sector during the 2019 Med in Ireland exhibition.
As more and more documents are stored electronically, the need for suitable data storage grows. Jennifer Trueland investigates the growing number of ways in which vendor neutral archives (VNAs) can be used.
Patients at the community trust who receive care at home will be able to view the credentials of visiting healthcare professionals.
Alongside £50m in new funding, the reformed NHS Wales will appoint a CDO who will help define national standard for Wales’s digital health services.
GDPR throughout the UK creates need for safer, encrypted data within hospitals. The Royal Orthopeadic Hospital sought a secure, wall mounted charging cabinet to roll out throughout the hospital wards for their GDPR compliant Surface Pro deployment.
The platform can be used by trusts to speed up front and back-office processes without the need to build automation services from scratch.
Trusts with the most fax machines have collectively axed just 42% of them, with less than six months to go until the April 2020 deadline.
Cloud seems to offer enormous potential benefits for healthcare – from unlocking a new wave of innovation to big data. But where is the NHS at with regards to the cloud, what has changed and has the mood towards it shifted? Jennifer Trueland investigates.
The BMA called for the NHS to be an early adopter of 5G technology to overcome connectivity ‘deficiencies’ and improve the working lives of doctors.