Smartphone giant Apple has debuted a new feature on its health app that allows US customers to view their medical records on their iPhone.
The Apple Health app has reportedly been used as evidence during a murder trial in Germany, with police suggesting it shows the suspect dragging his victim down a riverbank and climbing back up.
Our first mobile health and apps news in brief of 2018 includes NHS England supporting a selection of entrepreneurs who have been given the task of designing and delivering new technological solutions and innovations in healthcare.
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University of Salford lecturer Dr Nick Hardiker has won the Virginia K. Saba Informatics Award for his contribution to nursing informatics.
A chief nursing officer has called for to the profession to get behind the introduction of nursing information standards.
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The app has been designed by the university’s eResearch Centre and combines the increase in fitness levels with discovering new things about the city.
System C’s acute hospital sites have begun to submit data to the new national Emergency Care Data Set (ECDS), which is is designed to provide a more complete picture of emergency attendances at England’s hospitals.
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TPP has confirmed it is piloting new functionality in its SystmOne electronic patient record, with a view to addressing data protection concerns raised by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
There has been an increase in the use of connected care technologies in UK healthcare in the last 12 months, according to a new report commissioned by Philips.
A London learning difficulty support has become the first organisation to pilot an app allowing its staff to share vital data about the people they support.