NICE has released a draft guidance to restrict antibiotic use in patients diagnosed...
- NICE warns of overprescribing antibiotics for pulmonary disease
- The game’s up: the pitfalls of pathological pathologising
- How can technology influence the patient-physician relationship?
- Online reviews reflect unfairly on healthcare providers
- Collaboration platform projected to save NHS £3.5m in first year
NICE warns of overprescribing antibiotics for pulmonary disease
NICE has released a draft guidance to restrict antibiotic use in patients diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Pieces Technologies continues collaboration with Children’s Health to offer predictive analysis
Pieces Technologies is continuing its agreement with Children’s Health to offer cloud-based decision support and predictive analytics tools to boost healthcare outcomes.
Ottawa Hospital places order for RaySearch’s radiation therapy treatment planning system
The Ottawa Hospital of Canada has ordered for RayStation, a treatment planning system of RaySearch for radiation therapy.
The game’s up: the pitfalls of pathological pathologising
The World Health Organization (WHO) has opted to include gaming addiction in the latest edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11).
How can technology influence the patient-physician relationship?
The advancement of technology within healthcare has not only drastically improved the health of populations through innovative treatment and efficiency of care, but has also contributed to the shift in the dynamics of the patient-physician relationship.
Kobe City Hospital in Japan signs research agreement with Cerveau Technologies
Kobe City Hospital Organisation in Japan has signed an agreement with Cerveau Technologies to support multiple research projects over the following several years.
Sectra wins digital pathology contract from Portuguese hospital to improve cancer care
Sectra, a medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company, has signed a digital pathology contract with Instituto Português de Oncologia de Lisboa (IPO Lisboa).
Accenture aids Northside Hospital to reduce energy and telecom costs
Technology firm Accenture is aiding Northside Hospital generate millions of dollars in savings by transforming the hospital’s supply chain and procurement operations to reduce utilities and telecommunications costs.
Greiner Bio-One Expands its Range of Safety Products for Blood Collection
In response to high demand for Greiner Bio-One safety products, the existing range will be joined by the new VACUETTE® SAFETY Winged Set. As always, the aim is to provide functional, user-friendly and patient-friendly product solutions.
Trinity Hospital reports reduction in HAIs after deployment of germ-fighting robots
Trinity Hospital has reported a 47% reduction in healthcare-associated infections following the deployment of two germ-fighting robots two years ago.