In 1998, Adrian Byrne’s trust decided the future was the web. The modern world says it was right, the world of healthcare software that it was wrong. Now, he’s got the private hell of deciding where to go on mobile…
Wearables and “motivational” mobile app will be piloted in London as a fix for the swelling health burden of Type 2 diabetes.
Babylon Health says it has launched the first AI capable of triaging patients; although the company acknowledges that it doesn’t always agree with clinicians.
This month’s round-up of mobile and app news includes the introduction of free wi-fi at Leeds Teaching Hospitals and a mobile e-referral solution for therapists at Nottingham Hospitals.
This month’s mobile round-up includes the results of a self-care study at a GP surgery in Bristol and news that diabetes remains the top priority treatment field for health app developers.
This month’s round-up of apps and mobile developments includes a link-up between Philips and Amazon, new mobile tools for the NHS from EE, new apps, roll-outs, and research.
More and more private GP companies are setting up video consultation apps; and the NHS is being urged to move in the same direction. But what problem are they solving, asks Thomas Meek.
Clinicians at a central London trust threatened to throw their tablet computers into a canal before confidence was built in adopting mobile working, an electronic patient record clinical lead has said.
Apple’s latest operating system comes with an emergency medical screen for users to fill in. Joe McDonald wonders why it doesn’t link to the Summary Care Record; or even a detailed care record.
Organisations that want to bid for money from the second round of the Nursing Technology Fund have until 2 December to do it.