Digital Health Intelligence launches new clinical imaging service
Digital Health Intelligence has launched a dedicated new service for its clients focused on clinical imaging market opportunities.
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.
Thousands of NHS medical images found ‘unprotected’ on web
Six UK systems storing x-rays, MRI and CT scans were found to be allowing unprotected access to images, according to security firm Greenbone Networks.
NHS Highland launches VR headsets to help patients prep for MRI scans
Patients will be given a virtual MRI experience using virtual reality headsets in a bid to reduce the number of scans that need to be delayed or re-done.
NHS adopts mpMRI scanning tech to slash prostate cancer diagnosis times
The NHS has adopted new scanning technology which it claims can slash diagnosis times for prostate cancer, while also reducing the risk of sepsis.
Healthcare IT industry news in brief
This week’s round-up of Health IT industry news covers a new project to use MRI data to more accurately monitor multiple sclerosis and electronic alert to support GPs treating patients with type 2 diabetes. HealthHarmonie picks Docman A private community services provider that works with the NHS has picked Docman to manage its electronic […]
£35m for cancer imaging centres
Four cancer imaging centres in the UK are to receive £35m to develop cutting-edge imaging technologies for basic and clinical cancer research.