In an effort to know more about the etiopathogenesis of non-treatment responding to depression and to improve its management, Takeda and ConvergeHEALTH, data science institute by Deloitte collaborate to analyze patient datastores.
As healthcare sees an emergence of digitalization in reaping the best outcomes in patients and a surge in investments by hospitals in patient-centric mobile apps and software, experts recommend psychiatrists to benefit from the latest technologies which could enhance mental health delivery.
Successfully matching patients with the right healthcare practitioners seems to be a major issue for enhanced interoperability. An ONC report by RAND showed that in 2014, the range of patient matching across the healthcare setting was only around 50 percent.
Google announced on 21st August that a makeover for its Google Fit exercise app will be rolled out this week which incorporates new activities and a heart health sensor functioning on a suggestion from top health institutions into the app.
Merck and Healthy Interactions, a healthcare firm for people that provides digital and personal solutions for management and education of chronic illnesses, jointly started a diabetes management and engagement platform which encourages personal counselling programs.
The demand for novel medical technologies seems to grow continuously. Hence there has been an increasing number of start-ups in order to fill the gaps by providing innovative solutions to persisting health issues. In this article, we will have a brief look at five of the world’s most promising medical device start-ups.
Quick diagnosis and treatment monitoring are critical due to the emergence of multidrug resistance, especially in tuberculosis. Taking this fact into consideration, a research team from Stanford University School of Medicine developed an imaging technique to diagnose tuberculosis (TB) within an hour and monitor the effectiveness of treatments.
Elliot K. Fishman, MD, professor of radiology, surgery, oncology and urology at Johns Hopkins Hospital seeks the help of GPU-accelerated deep learning artificial intelligence to detect pancreatic cancer early which is nearly impossible for humans alone.
FundamentalVR recently rolled out its new software, Fundamental Surgery, which incorporates VR and haptic sensors. The London based company intends to give hands-on training to young surgeons by virtually performing and experiencing surgical procedures which they would otherwise learn by observing senior surgeons.
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