In an age of healthcare consumerism, where online reviews can make or break...
- Online reviews reflect unfairly on healthcare providers
- Collaboration platform projected to save NHS £3.5m in first year
- NHS could benefit from AI by tapping into patient data
- Can blockchain technology revolutionise healthcare data sharing?
- FDA approves 23andMe at-home genetic test for breast cancer genes
Online reviews reflect unfairly on healthcare providers
In an age of healthcare consumerism, where online reviews can make or break a business, GlobalData believes that healthcare providers should be concerned about their online reputation. A recent survey by the patient engagement platform PatientPop found that 90% of healthcare professionals worry about receiving negative feedback online.
Greiner Bio-One 2017 Financial Year
Greiner Bio-One had a successful business year in 2017, further reinforcing its market position thanks to strong growth, new sites and innovative product solutions.
Diminishing returns: tackling inefficiency in hospitals
“When you have your health, you have everything. When you do not have your health, nothing else matters at all.” This is a thought that may increasingly rest on our minds, as we as a society grow ever-older and our joints ever-creakier.
Nairobi Hospital to use three Elsevier nursing solutions
US-based information analytics business Elsevier has signed an agreement to supply its Nursing Suiteto Kenya's Nairobi Hospital to improve patient outcomes.
NHS to roll-out new pilot system to support GP hospital referrals
NHS England is set to roll-out a new pilot system across the country making it easier for GPs to understand the waiting times at hospitals for their patients.
Heidelberg University Hospital, RaySearch to develop RayCare OIS
Heidelberg University Hospital in Germany has joined forces with RaySearch Laboratories to develop the RayCare oncology information system (OIS).
Collaboration platform projected to save NHS £3.5m in first year
Online sharing platform FutureNHS has revealed its first-year net operating benefits amount to around £3.5m in savings for the NHS.