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AI technologies receive £36m funding boost to transform NHS care

A £36m funding boost will support the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies designed to transform the quality of NHS care and speed up...
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Smartwatches could improve surgery recovery speeds

Smartwatches could help to prepare patients for major surgery and improve their recovery journey, new research has found. In a study sponsored by The University...
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New app offers round-the-clock support for cancer patients

Incorporating expert cancer information from Macmillan Cancer Support, a new app has been launched to support cancer patients. The Unify Health resource, developed by Accord...
Neurosteer: advancing EEG into the 21st century

Neurosteer: Advancing EEG into the 21st Century

Neurosteer has developed the first ever remote brain activity monitoring, assessment and neurofeedback platform that will bring the century-old electroencephalogram (EEG) into the 21st...
Online Exercise programme could prevent falls in elderly users

Online Exercise programme could prevent falls in elderly users

A randomised controlled trial of an internet-based Lifestyle-integrated Functional Exercise programme (iLiFE) to prevent falls in community dwelling older fallers. Prevention of falls is a...
The world’s first automated hydration tracking system

The world’s first automated hydration tracking system

Rebecca Taylor, CEO and Founder of Aquarate, explains the importance of hydration and introduces the new Hydracare system. Hydration is a key aspect of elderly...
Improving healthcare facilities with Location-Based Services

Improving healthcare facilities with Location-Based Services

Real Time Location Services provider Quuppa explores the potential impact of adopting location tracking technologies in clinical settings. COVID-19 has placed global healthcare systems under...
nhs innovation accelerator

NHS Innovation Accelerator drives technological development

The award-winning NHS Innovation Accelerator is providing support for promising innovators to enable them to scale up across the English healthcare system. Since its launch...
3D printing technology

3D printing technology boosts hospital efficiency and eases pressures

Researchers investigating the benefits of 3D printing technology found it can deliver significant improvements to the running of hospitals. A new study has found that...
Health Europa Quarterly Issue 17

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 17

Welcome to the 17th issue of Health Europa Quarterly, which focuses on the fast-growing worlds of infection prevention and control and digital health technology;...
Connecting healthcare with The Electronic Health Record Association

Connecting healthcare with The Electronic Health Record Association

The Electronic Health Record Association explains the benefits of digital healthcare for both patients and healthcare providers. Considering how accustomed we are to sharing, storing,...
Report warns of urgent need for AI and digital systems in EU healthcare

Report warns of urgent need for AI and digital systems in EU healthcare

A new EIT Health report has outlined the urgent need for a post-pandemic technological revolution, harnessing Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital applications, to prevent...
Mental health management

Grasp: mental health management with a diary without words

Grasp’s innovative mental health self-management device helps patients understand their symptoms and could provide a sustainable solution to overwhelmed healthcare providers. Grasp AS is a...
Mainstreaming human rights in European policies

Mainstreaming human rights in European policies

AGE Platform Europe Research Project Manager Ilenia Gheno discusses the role of digital technology in supporting elderly care during the COVID-19 pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic...
personalised cannabis medicine

Medical cannabis care in the era of personalised medicine

In the post-COVID-19 era, now more than ever, patients are critical of the healthcare they receive. Yaron Gissin, Chief Innovation Officer of the Sade...
MoU facilitates health innovation and medical societies collaboration 

MoU facilitates health innovation and medical societies collaboration 

A new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is aiming to facilitate the closer collaboration of the health innovation community and medical societies in Europe. EIT Health...
Online resource helps deliver COVID-19 vaccines to housebound patients

Online resource helps deliver COVID-19 vaccines to housebound patients

Researchers have developed an online resource – the VaxiMap – to help GP surgeries across the UK optimise the delivery of COVID-19 vaccines to...
Lack of digital social care means people and practitioners are missing out

Lack of digital social care means people and practitioners are missing out

Not enough local authorities or care providers are using available technology within social care to keep people safe, happy, and healthy at home, according...
Video-based evidence on factors influencing developmental disorders

Video-based evidence on factors influencing developmental disorders

Which tools are useful to perform human behaviour observations when studying developmental disorders? Developmental disorders have a huge impact on someone’s life: children with ADHD...
technology-enabled care

Technology-enabled care is here to stay

Marc Schmid, Redmoor Health CEO, discusses the potential of technology-enabled care to help NHS clinicians achieve the government’s goal of digital transformation across the...

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