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Australia to use wearables to monitor chronic conditions

Following research from Griffith University in Australia, wearable devices will be available for medical professionals to help remotely manage chronic conditions. The move is intended to help patients self-manage conditions such as hypertension, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. The wearables will be available next February and will use chips provided by telecoms company Huawei Technology who worked…

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Compamed & Medica roundup

This year, Compamed & Medica, the world’s largest trade fair for medical technology attracted over 120,000 visitors and 5,000 exhibitors. The trade fair showcased a range of innovations from across the entire spectrum of the medical technology industry. In Compamed, miniaturised components proved to be a popular topic. With nearly two-thirds of micro-technology companies in…

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How digital health can improve mental health in the workplace

Co-founder of digital support platform Tomo, Gus Booth-Clibborn discusses how technology is impacting mental health in the workplace and how digital tools can help improve employee mental health. The average person spends 90,000 hours, 26% of their waking lifetime, at work. In many offices, mental health and wellbeing is something to do outside of work…

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Enabling healthcare innovation through interconnection

Digital transformation is impacting every organisation in the world, from banks to bakeries, and the healthcare sector is no exception. Healthcare is an incredibly data-intensive industry. According to IBM, medical data doubles every three years. By 2020, it will be doing so every 73 days. The $7 trillion healthcare industry in its current state is…

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