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Talking medtech trends with IDC

In this Q&A, Stephen Knowles, MD Industrial Design Consultancy (IDC), talks about what trends he thinks will be big for medical devices in 2018. Q:  Which medical device sector has attracted the investors’ attention in 2017 and will this trend carry on in 2018? A:  Capital investment in 2017 supported the development of devices for minimally…

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Medtech firms join forces to develop AI for healthcare

A newly established partnership could make predictive AI for healthcare a reality. Johns Hopkins University has signed a memorandum of understanding with UK medtech firm Medopad to explore new projects using its patient monitoring platform, artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities. As part of the university’s global mHealth initiative and technology innovation center, the two organisations will also…

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Digital health on the rise, new research shows

Digital technologies are proving to be benefiting healthcare according to the latest market research provided by the innovation consultancy Enspektos. The research looks at the global digital health market, examining aspects such as investment, mobile technologies and global trends. It highlights positive growth for the digital health market across all factors including infrastructure, regional diversity,…

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Now Healthcare Group passes CQC inspection

The telehealth organisation Now Healthcare Group has passed its recent inspection by the CQC and been declared “safe”. The announcement makes Now Health Group the first telehealth GP services provider to have met all regulations set out in the CQC’s digital health guidelines. The company was inspected on 14 June and was found to be…

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Mobile health becoming increasingly popular, report states

The latest report by business intelligence firm GBI Research shows that mobile health (mHealth) is becoming more popular as healthcare shifts towards value-based medicine. GBI Research’s latest report highlights how the use of mHealth services such as data collection and remote patient monitoring, will increase as the healthcare industry heads towards value-based medicine. The report…

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