Daily Archives: October 5, 2018

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Could wearables help manage an ageing population?

Neil Oliver, Accutronics, looks at how wearables could help medical services manage the long-term health conditions that an ageing population brings. The World Health Organisation (WHO) predicts that by 2050, the worldwide population over 60 will have doubled to reach two billion people. With most age-related illnesses beginning at the age of 50, it’s clear…

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Inhealthcare helps Norfolk Trust reduce bed days

The Norfolk Community Health and Care Trust has reduced A&E and bed days by introducing a new remote-monitoring service for people living with heart and lung disease. The Trust is using technology which allows patients to check their vital signs at home. The self-testing service is for patients who have recently experienced heart failure or…

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Registration opens for Med-Tech Innovation Expo

Registration is now open for Med-Tech Innovation Expo, the UK and Ireland’s leading showcase for medical design and manufacturing technology. Free-to-attend, this exciting event brings together the medical engineering and manufacturing community; more than 200 companies from all areas of the medical device supply chain engaging with 4,000+ visitors across 2 action-packed days. For the first…

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Success of AI-driven healthcare depends on robust IP strategies

Artificial Intelligence in healthcare is undoubtedly having a moment. It is already transforming fields such as medical imaging where AI revolutionises image analysis, expanding its reach and improving overall quality. With the UK Government planning an AI revolution, healthcare AI start-ups stand to benefit, but only if they place Intellectual Property (IP) at the centre…

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