Galaxy Care Hospital in Pune, India, has deployed Versius, a next-generation surgical robotic...
- PLAGH 301 in China begins use of ZAP-X platform
- 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
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.