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Heat map of COVID-19 symptoms created by heath and data scientists

Heat map of COVID-19 symptoms created by heath and data scientists

A new, publicly available heat map of people with COVID-19 symptoms in the UK has been created by health and data scientists. Health and data...
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Using AI and robots to safely treat hand tremors

Researchers have developed a machine learning model that allows robots to safely treat the hand tremors associated with neurodegenerative diseases. The research published in Scientific...
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The power of AI in providing rapid at-home assessments of the coronavirus

A new app will allow individuals to get an at-home risk assessment based on how they feel and be directed to the nearest testing...
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New strategic partnership to provide guidance on medical technology

NICE and Health Technology Wales will collaborate on the strategic planning and delivery over the assessment of medical technologies. The National Institute for Health and...
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How is AI and machine learning benefiting the healthcare industry?

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies are rapidly revolutionising the medical industry around the world. In order to help build increasingly effective care pathways...
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AI and sleep disorders: enhancing diagnosis and treatment

According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, artificial intelligence has the potential to improve efficiencies and precision in sleep medicine. The new position statement...
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Low cost diaper uses smart technology to notify caregivers when it’s wet

Researchers at MIT have developed a smart diaper embedded with a moisture sensor that can alert caregivers when it becomes wet. A wet diaper, for...
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The BRoTHER project: promoting digitalisation in biobanking research

Improving personalised medicine by increasing digitalisation throughout the field of biobanking research, we present to you our partner brochure with: BRoTHER Biobanking is used in...
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A new evaluation service for teams building digital health products

Harnessing technology to reduce inequality, influence positive social change, and solve complex public health problems is no easy task; but could Public Health England...
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AI capable of accurately measuring stroke and heart attacks

Research led by UCL and Barts Health NHS Trust has revealed that, for the first time, AI has been used to instantly and accurately...
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Study shows results from skin cancer diagnosis apps can’t be trusted

A new study from the University of Birmingham, reveals smartphone apps used to as ‘early warning systems’ for skin cancer are poorly regulated and...
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Wellbeing experts offer mental health support through text therapy sessions

Concern, a leading workplace wellbeing solutions provider, have combined forces with Talkspace online therapy Concern distinguishes itself through its unique approach of integrating partners like...
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The digital future of the healthcare industry

ID Medical has analysed data from the NHS Long Term Plan to reveal what the future of healthcare will look like Almost every aspect of...
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Dr Google: Almost half of employees prefer an internet diagnosis

A new report reveals that 43% of employees prefer to google their symptoms before going to a doctor. Aetna International, an international health benefits provider,...
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Evolving the German healthcare system with digital applications

German digital health firm, Preventicus, has developed an app capable of detecting and preventing arrhythmia and stroke In 2018 the German social health insurance system...
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Real-time flu prediction may be possible using wearable technology

A new study demonstrates the potential of data from wearable devices that measure heart rate to improve surveillance of infectious disease The research from Scripps...
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Blockchain: the trust solution for the healthcare industry?

Guest contributors, Judith Schuermans and Dr Sebastiaan van Herk delve into the potential power of blockchain for the healthcare sector, from validating medicines to...
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Portugal introduces national telehealth plan, the first of its kind in the world

Portugal is leading telehealth developments across the world with the newly introduced National Strategic Telehealth Plan (PENTS) PENTS was launched by the Portuguese Ministry of...
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BraineHealth to bring e-health solutions to developing countries

Medical innovators, BraineHealth, are working with InEmpathy, a charity who have global goals to bring healthcare solutions to places in dire need. InEmpathy is a...

Expert Insights: when to be cautious of Dr Google’s diagnosis

According to recent research, nearly half of people in Britain turn to Dr Google before visiting a GP, despite online diagnosis being proven as...

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