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The value of the virtual clinic

Dan Boddington, systems engineer at StarLeaf, discusses how patients and medical staff are benefiting from live digital diagnosis. Appointment pain points and diagnosis downtime are serious inhibitors to quality healthcare. The need to cut waiting times and improve quality medical consultations is essential to relieve the pressure on an overworked healthcare service. Traditional medical care…

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How healthtech will support mental health in 2019

Dr Zain Sikafi, CEO and co-founder of Mynurva, and a former GP, explains the role technology could have in supporting mental health, and examines potential influential innovations in the year ahead. Only a week into the New Year, Prime Minister Theresa May’s 10-year NHS plan has been subject to much discussion. Some £2.3 billion of…

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How blockchain networks could radically empower patients

Kirill Timofeev, lead software project manager at global technology consultancy DataArt, explains how blockchain networks can empower patients.  Unfortunately, under current systems, it often falls to patients themselves to arrange for the sharing of key records among offices and doctors. This inefficiency costs the entire system money, requires substantial time investment and compromises health services…

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What may happen in healthcare technology in 2019

Ric Thompson, MD Health & Care, at Advanced predicts what will happen in the healthcare technology industry in 2019:  More of a jog than a sprint to the Cloud in Healthcare – “Cloud will be commonplace for healthcare within the next 3 to 5 years.” Whilst we have already seen an acceleration in the adoption…

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