The latest Digital Health News industry round up feature news a former Pitchfest winner has partnered with a European health company.
The fund will support the development and adoption of scalable and effective asthma health technologies, such as smart inhalers, within the NHS.
The Asthma+me App allows patients to input information about their asthma and link up their smart inhalers, which helps predict when attacks might happen.
The ‘Data Sharing and Technology: Exploring the attitudes of people with asthma’ report, which was put together by Asthma UK revealed that of the 3000 people who took part in the survey, 83% felt comfortable to share their information for research purposes.
A clinical commissioning group has dropped plans to pilot an asthma artificial intelligence project with Babylon, after concerns were raised relating to the recent roll-of the company’s GP at Hand service.
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In this week’s round-up of digital healthcare news, we look at added functionality for the NHS e-referral service, a new messaging service at Pennine and an initative to help patients fill out their pre-op assessment at home. New APIs planned for e-Referral process NHS Digital says it will soon by easy for Health IT […]