University College London Hospital (UCLH) and the Alan Turing Institute are working together on Artificial Intelligence to carry out works which are traditionally done by the doctors and nurses; from deciding which accidental and emergency patients to be consulted first to diagnosing cancer on CT scan.
Patients and Beijing residents are currently benefitting from the new electronic health cards issued by Beijing through the WeChat app; the program is facilitated by Tencent and Sinosoft Technology which is aimed to improve the healthcare services by 2030 through digital cards.
The heart cells are operated by Researchers from University of California San Diego School of Medicine in the US through the simple technique of shining a light and changing its intensity. The growth of the cells is facilitated through a material called graphene converting light into electricity and creating a relatively greater conducive environment than dished made from standard plastic or glass
A mobile health app developed by Medici is used by Kim who has stated that the technology helps him make the right connect with patients. He can log on to his smartphone or iPad when at home and make a HIPAA-compliant connection with concerned persons impacted by crisis or who would turn to medication.
iPhone maker Apple is all set to disrupt the conventionalities of medical data storage methodologies. The company has announced the development of a new health record app, a new standard that has been adopted by many big companies for transferring records across scattered systems. Apple is all set to break the traditional systems of several silos in which medical data is stored.
The implementation of privacy protocols and security controls is pertinent to protecting patient records and sensitive data. However, the threat to patient safety, the core of every modern health system, being compromised is growing rapidly owing to network-connected medical devices.
Providing an advanced technological paradigm to patient monitoring practices, a telemedicine platform has been launched in Australia. The remote intensive care partnership will enable doctors and nurses at the Royal Perth Hospital on the western coast of Australia to explore telemedicine technology to assess patient health in US hospitals that form part of the hub-and-spoke telehealth network of Emory.
A clinical trial solution has been unveiled by DNAnexus that facilitates the integration of genomics data sourced from next-generation sequencing (NGS) into clinical studies. A cloud-based genomic data collection platform is offered by DNAnexus.
A broader law defining at greater lengths the terms telemedicine and telehealth has been signed by Jeff Coyler, Kansas Governor. Apart from setting guidelines for coverage parity, the law has stipulated a ban on abortions by telemedicine. The law also includes a mandatory rule stating that if a judge dismisses that particular clause, the whole law stands nullified.
Mountain View, California startup - Qventus a healthcare management tech platform which uses artificial intelligence to improve hospital workflow, closed at $30 million in series B funding which will be used to expand its platform. The funding was led by Bessemer Venture Partners along with few other participants. Including this latest funding, Qventus bagged total $43 million.
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