Addressing the challenges of new technologies in the NHS

Former neurosurgeon and ophthalmic surgeon Dr. Guy Wood-Gush, CEO of A.I company Deontics, welcomes positive moves to bring digital health into the frontline of care delivery, but fears the NHS may get left behind if it does not make its data work harder. Digital transformation is rife across many markets. Retailers are exploiting huge amounts of…


Global healthcare systems at digital health tipping point

A report released by analysis group Economic Intelligence Unit has highlighted the potential of the digital health landscape, detailing how the industry can support global healthcare. The report shows that healthcare around the world will be digitised when there is a fundamental shift in how stakeholders collaborate to use technology to solve healthcare challenges.  The…


Innovation for Health launched by University of Surrey

The University of Surrey has launched a new academic programme, aimed to help change the delivery of healthcare in the UK. Innovation for Health is an academic programme which combines teaching and research to help train the next generation of graduates in the schools of health and engineering sciences. The course coincides with the University’s…


3D4Medical discusses digital health & Complete Anatomy

Digital Health Age recently sat down with medical software developer 3D4Medical to discuss the company’s digital anatomy platform, Complete Anatomy. Niall Johnston, co-founder and president of the company spoke to us about the product, detailing how students and medical professionals are using the app.  Could you tell me about Complete Anatomy?  Complete Anatomy is transforming how anatomy…


NHS to roll out apps to manage chronic conditions

Two medical apps, currently being trialled in four hospitals in Oxfordshire are set to be rolled out by the NHS in an effort to help people manage their health. The two apps could be deployed across four NHS districts over the next year. The apps allow healthcare providers to gather data from patients using smartphones or…

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