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Newcastle Hospitals Trust agrees licensing contract with Inhealthcare

Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has agreed a three-year licensing contract with Inhealthcare, a digital and remote patient monitoring player. The collaboration aims to harness innovative digital technology with the aim of improving patient health and care. The new agreement means that both clinicians and patients will have access to digital programmes known as ‘Health…

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Pilot shows self-testing tech improves heart patients’ therapy

A self-testing pathway for patients receiving treatment for long-term heart conditions in north Manchester has been extended after a pilot study showed it significantly increased the quality of their therapy. At the start of the project, the average time spent in therapeutic range (TTR) for the participating patients was 68%, rising to 75% when it…

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NHS partners tech firm in bid to improve access

The NHS in North West London is preparing to roll out a series of digital technologies in a bid to improve access to health and care services. Inhealthcare, which works in digital health and remote patient monitoring, has signed an agreement with the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups. It is hoped the…

DigitalHealth.London Accelerator to help smaller digital health businesses develop health care technology specifically for the NHS. The Accelerator
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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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