Special Report: Electronic observations and vital signs
Electronic observations of vital signs give clinicians a quick indication of how healthy their patient is. Claire Read investigates how the technology has been used during the Covid-19 pandemic.
NHS e-obs provider Patientrack takes on Alcidion brand
The company, which supplies o-obs and vital signs tech to the NHS, has taken on the Alcidion branding, but the product itself remains Patientrack.
Oxehealth secures ‘world first’ accreditation for optical vital signs tech
Oxehealth’s vital signs software uses an optical sensor to detect pulse rate and doesn’t need to be attached to the skin, meaning it can be used remotely.
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CES 2018: Health tech round up
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas showcased a number of new technologies that could soon be hitting the market. Digital Health rounds up some of the most interesting pieces of health-related tech from the showroom floor.
Australia’s largest health district to use Patientrack e-obs
Australia’s largest local health district is to use the e-observations platform from UK-based Patientrack to collect and analyse vital signs.
Taunton and Somerset Foundation Trust help create vital signs app
Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust has helped develop a vital signs app which alerts staff to a patient’s deterioration before it becomes life threatening.
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Special report: Observations and vital signs
E-observations are now well established at many trusts, and a priority for those drawing up local digital roadmaps.
System C buys The Learning Clinic
System C has bought mobile clinical specialist The Learning Clinic, best known for the VitalPAC vital signs recording software.
Notts and Durham tap Nervecentre
Two trusts in the North and Midlands of England have signed deals with Nervecentre to roll out electronic observations software, using grants from NHS England’s technology fund.
Nursing tech fund 2 awards announced
Electronic observations and mobile access projects are the big winners from the second round of NHS England’s Nursing Technology Fund, with 62 organisations splitting £35 million in funding.