xWave partners with Royal College of Radiologists to tackle backlog
A new collaboration between xWave and the Royal College of Radiologists will help tackle the imaging backlog with a new digital platform.
University of East Anglia develops MRI tech for heart failure diagnosis
Researchers from the University of East Anglia have developed new technology using MRI that could speed up the rate of diagnosis for heart failure patients.
Royal Orthopaedic Hospital to deploy new cloud-based PACS
The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital will be deploying Edison True PACS – making it the first trust in Europe to move to the cloud-based solution.
Hampshire Hospitals signs 10-year deal with GE Healthcare
Hampshire Hospitals and GE Healthcare have signed a 10-year Radiology Managed Service agreement which will improve radiology services and patient pathways.
CGI and GE Healthcare partnership supports rapid digitisation
CGI and GE Healthcare will take a ‘whole system’ approach and connect communities with health and care services as well as integrate sustainable practices.
Movers and Shakers news roundup
July’s edition of Movers and Shakers features news from Moorfields Eye Hospital and Palantir revealing a new managing director for its UK operations.
Consortium to look into algorithms for Covid-19 pneumonia diagnosis
A team which is being led by the University of Oxford is looking to develop potential algorithms which could help diagnose Covid-19 pneumonia.
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Bradford Teaching Hospitals to scale ‘wall of analytics’ with new command centre
The new data command centre at Bradford Royal Infirmary will draw data from multiple IT systems to help staff direct resources more effectively across the 800-bed hospital.
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Radiology consortium says it won’t pay for imaging system until supplier fixes issues
The East Midlands Radiology consortium (EMRAD) is reported to be withholding money from GE Healthcare until the supplier patches up problems with its beleaguered imaging system.
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East Midlands radiology consortium experiences major IT issues
A radiology consortium that covers eight trusts in the East Midlands is experiencing serious continuing problems with its IT systems, it has emerged.