A team from the Netherlands developed the technology called Excelscope 2.0 which aims to reduce workload of medical staff in developing countries.
Categories include using technologies to address sleeping problems and support children and/or their parents in understanding and managing mental health.
The award is an annual competition which is open to student and graduates from 27 countries with the winner walking away with £30,000.
Successful projects this year include a GPS app designed to track the availability of hospital beds and an AI-based support system for surgeons.
Non-executive director at NHS Improvement, Lord Carter’s review argues that ‘technology is not adopted rapidly’ across the ambulance service.
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NHS staff and SMEs in the North East and North Cumbria have until 17 September to submit their proposals to the Bright Ideas in Health Awards 2018.
Up to £4 million will be made available to innovators who can demonstrate how tech originally designed for space could be used to improve NHS treatment and care.
Results from a consultation with nurses and midwives on what is needed for nursing to play its part in digital transformation have been published.
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Analysis has concluded there are a number of ways in which GP payment may need to be updated in order to make way for technological innovations.
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