The UK Government has announced £26m in funding to 25 NHS trusts to...
- Ascension partners with Google for transition to G Cloud
- UK Government approves £26m funding to digitise prescriptions
- India’s Galaxy Care Hospital deploys surgical robotic system Versius
- University Hospitals Health System chooses NextGen Population Health to boost patient care
- Vocera to deploy solutions for Provincial Health Services Authority of British Columbia
Ascension partners with Google for transition to G Cloud
US national health system Ascension, which operates over 2,600 sites of care, including 150 hospitals and more than 50 senior living facilities, has partnered with technology company Google to deliver digital capabilities for Ascension consumers, patients and clinical providers.
New Stanford hospital in California to deploy fleet of robots for mechanical tasks
Stanford Healthcare’s soon-to-be-opened hospital in California will see the deployment of a fleet of fully programmed robotic systems to carry out some of the repetitive and mechanical tasks.
UK Government approves £26m funding to digitise prescriptions
The UK Government has announced £26m in funding to 25 NHS trusts to introduce digital prescription technology that will replace handwritten prescriptions.
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.
Colorado Hospital Association partners with Carrot Health for SDoH scores
Colorado Hospital Association (CHA) has teamed up with Carrot Health, a provider of healthcare solutions, to deliver social determinants of health (SDoH) scores.
University Hospitals Health System chooses NextGen Population Health to boost patient care
University Hospitals Health System, a health system with 18 hospitals in Ohio, the US, has chosen NextGen Health Care to improve patient care.
Vocera to deploy solutions for Provincial Health Services Authority of British Columbia
Vocera Communications, a provider in clinical communication and workflow solutions, has signed a three-year contractual agreement with the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) of British Columbia.
Saint Mary’s Health Network teams up with Carbon Health in Nevada
Saint Mary’s Health Network has joined forces with Carbon Health, a technology-based healthcare provider, to boost patients’ access to healthcare in Reno-Sparks, Nevada.
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.