The brand-new state-of-the-art Nova Hospital in central Finland was completed in 2021. Its aim to adopt innovative technology specifically in support of its front-line clinical staff, with a focus on productivity, efficiency gains and data-secure technology, was planned years beforehand. Integrating medical devices and patient data was a key aim to ensure the continuum of care and collect valuable insights.
AIMES and Enovacom are partnering up to help speed up clinical trial processes with a cloud-based, virtual data repository, reducing manual data sharing.
Sussex Partnership NHS FT has teamed up with Enovacom to develop a new electronic prescribing system which aims to widen staff access to critical data.
The interoperability standard HL7 format has evolved over the years which has led to the FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) standard which broadens the field of possibilities with its library of open source resources. This white paper outlines everything you need to know about HL7 FHIR.
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust is embarking on an interoperability journey to deliver more coordinated care for patients.
Orange has announced it will integrate its healthcare business with health data exchange software company Enovacom from October 1.
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Medical data automation for safer and more productive care, how Wirral’s ICU nurses are benefiting from medical device integration.
Throughout this guide we will bring you insights, updates and examples of how interoperability is playing a key role in healthcare all around the world. Read on to facilitate the exchange and sharing of healthcare data, securely, in your hospital or region.
Health Systems of the world, including Canada and United Kingdom are under great pressure. With an ageing population and advancements in medical treatments, the weight of the extra demands of looking after us as we all live longer is a heavy load to bear for clinical staff, and carries greater risks to us, the patients in their care.
Modernising healthcare organisations with technology, connecting medical devices, sharing patient data… they all impact on how we care for patients, how it shapes information technology needs to inform strategy for both IT Heads and Clinical Engineering departments. What benefits are provided by an MDI solution? How can connected devices help reduce manual transcription errors and observation recording time and deliver better information into the hands of the clinician?