Our survey – which is open to anyone working in the NHS, and which shouldn’t take more than 15 minutes to complete – closes this coming Monday (11 March 2019) at 10.30am.
To what extent have mobile devices become a ubiquitous part of modern healthcare? That’s the complicated question Digital Health Intelligence is exploring in its latest research, and we want your views.
The technology uses a regular smartphone camera to capture a biosensor with a sputum sample, with results delivered ‘in seconds’.
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Outpatients will be able to download an app to check-in for appointments via their mobile phone upon arrival and will also be given access to a virtual map to help them find their way around the new outpatient department.
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April’s mobile health and apps round up features news that personal details of around 150 million MyFitnessPal users have been compromised, plus a Finnish university claiming it has developed an app that can help users monitor their risk of having a stroke.
A mental health and wellbeing text service aimed at young people called Buzz Us has been commissioned across North Yorkshire by the NHS Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby CCG.
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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Care assistants have spoken and based on feedback, Bluebird Care, has developed a mobile guide giving staff access to critical information.
Sandwell Primary Care Trust has signed a deal with iPlato to implement its patient care messaging system to remind parents to attend immunisation clinics.
Taking photographs or video of unusual symptoms on an ordinary camera phone can help doctors diagnose uncommon problems, according to researchers.