Mobile technology company Apadmi has been tasked with helping to help support the development of the Co-op’s new health app.
The app is available on the NHS in the capital after being selected as a partner by the Good Thinking Service which aims to improve Londoner’s well-being.
MedShr developed Trauma Meeting to allow clinicians to discuss cases like they would in a daily trauma meeting but with colleagues around the globe.
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The app means staff are able to ensure prompt isolation and management of those affected to speed up access to appropriate treatment.
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Staff started using the Infinity Health e-portering mobile application on 29 October and if successful it could be rolled out across more hospitals.
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Developed by British artificial intelligence company Sensyne Health, GDm-Health comprises a patient app and software for clinicians.
NASA astronauts on the International Space Station will be able to use UpToDate to check their symptoms and access clinical recommendations.
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The technology uses a regular smartphone camera to capture a biosensor with a sputum sample, with results delivered ‘in seconds’.
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Launched for both Amazon Alexa and Google Home, Mindscape, supports people suffering from panic attacks or struggling with anxiety.
The doctor duo behind a new app reckon it could cut £500m of annual NHS recruitment spend by digitising locum booking systems.