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NHS trusts are exploring new opportunities to use infrastructure that they already own. The aim? To better engage with patients, alleviate their anxieties, and inform patients what is happening regarding
The NHS exists to serve patients. But more could be done to make their experience a key focus when it comes to technology adoption, senior NHS delegates told a recent
Four trusts will deploy a standardised, interfaced version of WinPath Enterprise to support collaboration and lay the foundation for further
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust has signed a new agreement to deploy Sectra’s enterprise imaging solution in bid to further improve patient care.
Mark Hindle, Orion Health vice president, UK and Ireland, looks ahead to this year’s customer conference. The future of shared care records, leveraging value from the data they contain, and
New approaches to developing and deploying medicines and health technologies, to better meet the real-world needs of people they are intended for, could soon become reality with the help of
The Cheshire and Merseyside Integrated Care System has signed a new agreement with its technology provider C2-Ai, to significantly expand a high-impact waiting list initiative across all its acute hospitals.
New name and logo reflects the integration of the Hospedia bedside unit business and a new vision for the NHS, based on patient engagement and application services
As NHS organisations bid for their share of new government funds, Sectra’s Guilherme Carvalho considers ways to make the most of opportunities available in diagnostic AI.
Advances in technology mean that moving from microscopes to digital alternatives can now be achieved without sacrificing image quality. But this isn’t about the technology. Professor Gina Zini, reflects on
A record number of national experts, pathologists, and IT leaders gather at the Belfry for Clinisys’ annual conference to discuss how change drives innovation in pathology and innovation drives further
Artificial intelligence has huge potential in pathology. But to realise its benefits, suppliers should work with customers on use cases that build confidence in the technology, writes Chad Meyers from
Scottish health board uses a mobile app and digital platform to improve communication between patients and clinical teams and make the best possible use of clinic and theatre capacity