The new GP Near Me service is being tested with patients of Riverview Practice in the town of Wick, Caithness, in the north of Scotland.
The Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow are undertaking a trial that allows parents to be updated on their premature babies.
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Nearly half of online physicians in Western Europe watch online video for professional purposes, according to a new survey.
GE Healthcare and Intel have expanded their agreement to market the Intel Health Guide in the UK. The Health Guide is a home telehealth device designed to help patients with chronic conditions better manage their health. The unit enables patients to communicate with healthcare professionals and provides clinicians with access to current patient data. Intel […]
The Nintendo Wii Fit Plus has become the first computer game to be endorsed by the Department of Health. The game, which will go on sale on Friday 30 October, has been granted permission to use the NHS Change4Life logo in its advertising and in shops. Change4Life is an NHS campaign to persuade everyone, but particularly […]
Dr Adam Darkins explains to Neil Versel why telehealth is key to the future of the Veterans Health Administration.
Denmark has rolled-out two telehealth pilots it now intends to implement nationally over the next three years.
Telefónica Innovation and Design has piloted a solution that allows deaf people across Granada and Andalusia to communicate with friends, family and public services using a video phone.
North Bristol NHS Trust has awarded a contract to Alcatel-Lucent to provide it with an advanced IP telephony system. The project is being carried out by South West Communications Group. The £2m investment will also provide an advanced communications infrastructure for a new ‘super hospital’ in Bristol, scheduled for completion in 2013. The deployment includes […]
NHS Dumfries and Galloway is expecting to save up to 8,000 hours a year in travel time after going live with a video conferencing system from Tandberg. The system, which was supplied though the GCAT procurement scheme, cost £70,000 and is expected to save 4,000-8,000 hours of the time that consultants spend travelling, with additional […]