Galaxy Care Hospital in Pune, India, has deployed Versius, a next-generation surgical robotic...
- India’s Galaxy Care Hospital deploys surgical robotic system Versius
- Florida-based St. Joseph’s Hospitals acquires robotic guidance system for spine surgery
- India’s Sterling Cancer Hospital starts treatment with Halcyon system
- Two hospitals in Israel begin trial of Augmedic’s xvision-spine
- How can technology influence the patient-physician relationship?
Sectra to install radiology imaging solution at Netherlands’ MUMC
Swedish medical technology company Sectra has been awarded a contract to deploy its solution at the Netherlands’ Maastricht University Medical Center (MUMC).
UK Government approves £184m funding to 13 healthcare trusts
UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has approved £184m of capital loan funding for 13 healthcare trusts in England.
Philips enters long-term strategic partnership with Klinikum Stuttgart hospital
Health technology company Philips has signed a ten-year agreement with German Klinikum Stuttgart hospital to enhance the quality and cost-effectiveness of patient care.
India’s Galaxy Care Hospital deploys surgical robotic system Versius
Galaxy Care Hospital in Pune, India, has deployed Versius, a next-generation surgical robotic system.
Trump’s kidney health initiative carries timeline and eligibility challenges but positive outlook on effort
Dialysis centres run by Fresenius Medical Care and DaVita control approximately 70% of the dialysis market.
Birmingham University researchers create new antimicrobial coating
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have developed a new antimicrobial coating to fight against the spread of hospital-acquired infections.
Dayton Children’s Hospital partners with Loyal for AI chatbot
US-based Dayton Children’s Hospital has partnered with digital patient experience technology provider Loyal for its chatbot solution, Guide.
St Joseph’s Children’s Hospital in Florida uses VR visualisation platform
St Joseph’s Children’s Hospital in Tampa has become the first children’s hospital in the state of Florida and the only paediatric facility in the Southeast US to use the Surgical Theater Precision Virtual Reality (VR) technology in its paediatric neuro and cardiac surgery programmes.