Digital Healthcare

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Leila Hawkins|Nov 25, 2020|magazine

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Leading airlines roll out digital health passport

Read NowThe Commonpass will record passengers' Covid tests result to enable easy travel

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App launches to support people with age-related eye disease

Novartis and smartpatient have created an educational health app to encourage patients to stick to treatments

Leila Hawkins
|Nov 18, 2020|magazine

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AI-guided lung ultrasound could help monitor Covid patients

A grant from the Bill + Melinda Gates Foundation will allow Caption Health to develop this technology

Leila Hawkins
|Nov 17, 2020|magazine

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Moderna's Covid vaccine is 95% effective

The latest Covid vaccine is easier to store and slightly more effective than Pfizer's

Leila Hawkins
|Nov 17, 2020|magazine

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Online tool analyses Covid-19 behaviour to prevent infection

The data can also help governments develop targeted policy and interventions

Leila Hawkins
|Nov 16, 2020|magazine

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NHS Digital outpatients service helps hospital capacity

The service will enable people to communicate with doctors remotely

Leila Hawkins
|Nov 16, 2020|magazine

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Planning for the digital healthcare needs of tomorrow

E. Graeme Harvey is a Digital Product Marketing Manager at Roche. He tells us how to plan for the needs of the digital healthcare platforms of tomorrow

Leila Hawkins
|Nov 14, 2020|magazine

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Top 10 American healthcare startups

We round-up ten of the most important startups in US healthcare.

Leila Hawkins
|Nov 13, 2020|magazine

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Australia's newest smart hospital deploys automation tech

South Australia's largest private hospital goes smart with new building automation system

Leila Hawkins
|Nov 13, 2020|magazine

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A look at Norway's digital healthcare transformation

The Scandinavian nation's healthcare system has long been an example of how to provide quality healthcare for all

Leila Hawkins
|Nov 12, 2020|magazine

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Healthcare workers say better tech needed to save lives

New research has found that healthcare workers around the globe are spending too much time on admin tasks and not enough with patients

Leila Hawkins
|Nov 12, 2020|magazine

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