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Hospital Trust goes live with ClinicalAide mobile app

Royal Derby Hospital has gone live with a mobile technology, designed by DXC Technology which aims to enhance how clinicians access information from the electronic patient record during the crucial stage of patient handover. This can apply to the transferral of a patient’s care from one clinician to another, during or between shifts, day or night, and…

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HEE awards 17 fellowships as part of Topol digital programme

Health Education England has awarded 17 new digital fellowships to incorporate digital health expertise within their careers. The Topol programme for Digital Fellowships in healthcare provides fellows with time and support to design and deliver digital health projects and initiatives in their Trusts. There’s also a programme of workshops and mentoring to stimulate and support…

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Robust research ‘crucial’ for mental health tech start-ups

Robust research practices are crucial in ensuring mental health technology start-ups create products aligned with the real needs of individuals, a yearlong programme has found. Led by Big Society Capital and funded by The Wellcome Trust, the programme brought together the worlds of research, social impact investment (Big Society Capital) and start-up development (Bethnal Green…

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IT and barcode scanning firms announce collaboration for NHS inventory use

IT solutions provider Ingenica Solutions has announced its collaboration with Scandit. The partnership brings together Ingenica Solutions’ expertise in delivering track and trace solutions for the NHS with Scandit’s barcode scanning and augmented reality (AR) solutions for mobile devices. Ingenica Solutions specialises in healthcare procurement, supply chain, inventory management, patient costing and back-office operations, designed specifically…

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Researchers find app detects 95% of skin cancer

An international group of researchers working with Erasmus University Medical Centre (Erasmus MC) in the Netherlands determined that SkinVision – a CE-marked skin cancer application based on extensive clinical trials – has a sensitivity of 95.1% in detecting the most common forms of skin cancer. The research published in the Journal of the European Academy of…

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