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Balancing the human and technical in the healthcare industry

Sean Price, EMEA solutions director, public sector and healthcare, Qlik discusses the importance of the human factor when it comes to optimising healthcare systems. Picture this – it’s a busy Christmas in 2009 and at a local hospital, pressure is building on staff with the volume of patients and ambulances stacking up. Fast forward 10…

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Wireless stethoscope device given CE certification

A wireless stethoscope device which uses AI algorithms to examine children’s lung and heart recordings has been given CE certification. StethoME aims to help parents monitor their children for early signs of respiratory issues at home, with the stethoscope capable of detecting, classifying and analysing pathological sounds within children’s lungs Examinations with a traditional stethoscope…

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Clinician burnout is a deadly reality – is tech the saviour?

Michelle Davey, CEO and co-founder of Enzyme Health, writes about the effect that technology can have when it comes to the issue of clinician burnout.  Our clinicians are burnt out. In fact, they’re 15 times more likely to experience burnout than any other working professional. The number is even higher among female clinicians and specialists…

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Glucose monitoring market could have new player – analyst says

UK-based medtech company Nemaura Medical is best placed to disrupt the global diabetic and pre-diabetic markets, according to GlobalData, after receiving European approval for its non-invasive continuous glucose monitor SugarBEAT. Nemaura Medical is set to launch SugarBEAT in the UK and German markets in Q3 2019. The company is on track to submit the US…

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