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.
A new phone app upgrade from Ascensia Diabetes Care which aims to promote self-management for diabetics has been launched in the UK and Ireland.
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An NHS pilot will see thousands test drive a number of digital platforms which have been designed to tackle obesity and Type 2 diabetes
This month’s round-up of healthcare apps includes a new ‘brisk walking’ app created by Public Health England to encourage a healthier lifestyle.
Industry nibs include nominated trusts in the running for best global digital exemplar, major contract deals and what NHS trusts spend per day on PCs.
Six Scottish SMEs awarded contracts with NHS Scotland to drive treatment and patient innovation in dermatology, diabetes and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
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From June, all young people in Wales with diabetes will be able to control who sees their Patients Know Best (PKB) medical record.
NHS Greenwich CCG and Vision have identified an extra 4,000 patients with long term conditions through a real-time solution.
A Type 2 diabetes app called Changing Health, that has received nearly £1 million in funding over three years, will be rolled out in CCGs across England.
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This week’s round-up of Health IT industry news covers a new project to use MRI data to more accurately monitor multiple sclerosis and electronic alert to support GPs treating patients with type 2 diabetes. HealthHarmonie picks Docman A private community services provider that works with the NHS has picked Docman to manage its electronic […]