In his final 2020 column, Davey Winder explores the reliability of emails and why good security hygiene has never been more important.
Haidar Samiei, consultant in emergency medicine, takes us back to New Year’s Eve 1999 to reflect on how technology in healthcare has evolved.
So far the programme has helped 122 homeless people by using technology to improve how outreach workers respond to their healthcare needs.
Bupa has announced it is partnering up with HealthTap to develop innovative healthcare solutions for its 16.5 million customers.
Skin checking app Miiskin has teamed up with the British Skin Foundation to promote skin cancer awareness and self-checking.
This month’s industry nibs features NHS academy launching a leadership training programme for community pharmacists.
AXA PPP healthcare has delved into the new phenomena of autonomous sensory meridian response in a bid to relieve Brits from sleepless nights.
Digital Patient 1
Fiona Barr hears about the growing sophistication of information and record sharing models, and about some of the different systems that are being put through their paces by vanguards and pioneers.
A high profile coalition of patient advocates, US doctors, software vendors and bloggers have launched a Declaration of Rights for health data, HealthDataRights.org. The new site aims to use social media to build support for increasing patient access to electronic health records. Although launched in the US, HealthDataRights appears universal in its aspirations. The main […]
Health software firm, iSoft, has announced the fifth German early adopter site that will implement elements of its Lorenzo software as it becomes available. In a deal worth €1.8m, Klinikum Saarbrücken will install iSoft’s ClincCentre hospital information system (HIS). According to iSoft, as replacement Lorenzo modules become available Klinikum Saarbrücken will gradually replace individual modules […]