Daily Archives: March 26, 2018


Wearable epilepsy technology could save NHS £250M

The NHS is being urged to consider new technology investments that could help improve epilepsy treatment and save the organisation as much as £250 million every year. As part of Purple Day, myCareCentric Epilepsy consortium is seeking to equip the UK’s population with wearable technology to record health data to help clinicians build a tailored…


Connected Conversations: Dipak Duggal, global director of medicines management solutions, BD

With recent figures revealing that an estimated 237 million medication errors occur in the NHS every year, Digital Health Age speaks to former NHS director of Pharmacy and global director of medicines management solutions at medical technology company Becton, Dickinson and Company (BD), Dipak Duggal, about what digital strategies and solutions the NHS are using to help…


New app shows promising signs for mental health patients

Researchers at the University of Manchester have developed a smartphone app designed to help people with early psychosis. The Actissist app targets a number of areas that people with early psychosis often have trouble with, including perceived criticism from others; getting out and about; cannabis use; and distress caused by symptoms such as paranoia and…

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