January’s industry news in brief features a new mobile radiology unit going down a storm at Nuffield Health Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospital and the launch of a national search for technologies and innovations that could help those suffering from dementia.
NHS Liverpool CCG has awarded a three-year contract to Docobo to scale up its telehealth services, with a view to support more patients with long term conditions.
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Paramedics will be able to access diagnostic tools usually confined to hospitals to improve the prospects of patients on long ambulance journeys.
St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust will pilot video consultation clinics in the hopes of establishing a business case for telehealth.
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The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust is piloting a new telehealth system allowing cancer patients to have appointments with nurses from the comfort of their own homes.
Whatever happened to the massive and well-funded Delivering Assisted Living Lifestyles at Scale programme, and did it deliver any results? Laura Stevens sets out to find out.
This week’s round-up of industry news focuses on company partnerships, starting with a link up for Soliton IT, and on companies winning space on government framework contracts.
An NHS test bed in Lancashire is to test innovative technologies for patients with conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, atrial fibrillation and diabetes; with different risk cohorts trying different ideas.
This week’s industry round-up focuses on companies, and includes news of rebrands, a new chief executive for Caradigm, and projects that firms are involved in, including a huge European telehealth trial led by Royal Philips.
An open source telehealth kit built using Raspberry Pi will be piloted with heart patients at a southern NHS trust this financial year.