Care home using Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 to help clinically vulnerable
A care home has been using Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 technology to allow clinically vulnerable residents to be seen by their GPs without leaving home.
Alder Hey Children’s achieves EMRAM Stage 7 from HIMSS
Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust has become the first paediatric hospital in Europe to be awarded EMRAM Stage 7 from the HIMSS.
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North west based “robodocs” talk telehealth Covid-19 programme
Two “robodocs” working across the north west of England have spoken about how they helped develop a tele-neonatology programme in response to Covid-19.
Alder Hey uses HoloLens for greater collaboration during Covid-19
The Heart Centre at Alder Hey currently uses HoloLens 2 to support clinicians in acute care scenarios, allowing users to share information more easily.
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Alder Hey staff to use electronic devices to identify early warning signs
Part of a study, staff at Alder Hey are using System C’s CareFlow Vitals software platform, which powers the electronic devices.
Applying Technology to Promote Health
“We’ve reached a critical point in our health and social care system,” claims Mark Davies, Chief Medical Officer at IBM Watson Health. “We have neither enough doctors nor nurses, and the money is tighter than it’s ever been.”
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Alder Hey Children’s Hospital piloting eConsent software
Wellbeing Software’s eConsent will be used across the trust as part of its wider programme of digital transformation.
INTEROPen at Alder Hey event sparks discussion on sharing patient data
More than 130 people attended the Share2Care event, including 20 NHS suppliers and representatives of 15 trusts from all over the country.
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Children’s charity launches cycling event to raise £500k for innovation
Charity Thinking of Oscar is running a 500-cycle ride over five days for its #TOO500 campaign, visiting each children’s hospital it will support.
Alder Hey surgeons get hands-on with Microsoft’s mixed reality tech
Microsoft HoloLens is being introduced to operating theatres in a bid to make more patient information available to surgeons during operations.