Daily Archives: September 15, 2016


Wearable technology able to help people with epilepsy

A new model of care which incorporates wearable technologies is being launched to potentially improve the quality of life for people who are living with epilepsy. Called myCareCentric Epilepsy, it combines the latest in wearable technologies, shared care records, machine learning, and data analysis tools. The care model collects information from wearables, smartphones and portals…


Two million+ records in the National Joint Registry provides a rich dataset for joint replacement surgery

Joint replacement surgery offers significant benefits – getting patients back to their chosen lifestyle sooner, free from pain and with improved mobility. As a joint replacement patient myself, I particularly understand the importance of this. The National Joint Registry (NJR) plays a crucial role in this process. Established in 2002, the registry ensures that the…

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