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Report suggests ‘promising’ M&A landscape in healthtech

Almost 100 mergers and acquisitions in the healthtech sector were made in the second half of 2018 according to a report from advisor Hampleton Partners. Transaction volume remained steady compared to the first half of 2018, declining by 6%, remaining in line with a stable trend since 2013. The trailing 30-month revenue multiple rose again…

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How technology is reducing inefficiency in primary care

Many General Practice (GP) surgeries are embracing advanced communications technologies to deploy electronic patient record systems in a cost-effective manner. Here, Nick Lee of Paragon Customer Communications, writes for Digital Health Age about how the latest technology is being used to digitise incoming and outgoing mail and reduce inefficiency in the primary care sector as the…

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Can blockchain combat the opioid epidemic?

Tatsiana Levdikova, content marketer at OpenLedger ApS, a blockchain development company, writes about the opioid epidemic in the US and if blockchain is the answer.  At great cost to human life, opioid abuse has become a major problem in the United States and is serious enough to be considered an epidemic by the government. With almost 50k…

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How mobile scanning and computer vision technology helped hospital Trust improve efficiency

Paul Davis, VP of sales, Northern Europe, Scandit explains how mobile barcode scanning and computer vision technology has helped improve cost and time efficiency by 95% across 114 wards at Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust.   In healthcare, identifying patients in real-time, monitoring inventory of medication and equipment and improving processes is increasingly essential. It is…

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