Tagged digital health


University of Chester lecturer awarded for digital health research

A senior lecturer in Computing at the University of Chester has won a national health education award for his research work in digital health technologies. Dr Neil Vaughan, who is based in the Medical Graphics Research Group at Thornton Science Park, has won Digital and Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Innovator of the Year Award at the…


How digital kiosks are changing patient experiences

In this article, tablet enclosures provider Bouncepad examines how patients are benefitting the most from digital check-in services.  The time-consuming process of checking in at your local doctor’s surgery could soon be a thing of the past. The medical industry has begun to adopt new and existing tech, and use it in brand new ways to improve…


Philips highlights three key themes in Future Health Index report

Royal Philips has announced the publication of its Future Health Index (FHI) 2019 report: ‘Transforming healthcare experiences: Exploring the impact of digital health technology on healthcare professionals and patients’. The report focuses on the role digital health technology plays in improving both the individual citizen and the healthcare professional experience – two elements of the ‘Quadruple…


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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