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.
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.
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.
The NHS has adopted new scanning technology which it claims can slash diagnosis times for prostate cancer, while also reducing the risk of sepsis.
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 […]