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Safeguarding skin cancer services with the use of teledermatology

Safeguarding skin cancer services with the use of teledermatology

Dr Amy Poyner, a GP on the Isle of Wight with a special interest (GPwSI) in Surgical Dermatology, highlights how using the Dermicus Teledermatology...
Smart disinfection technology in the spotlight

Smart disinfection technology in the spotlight

HEQ looks at smart disinfection technology which may help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered the launch of a number of...
Innovating care pathways in 2020

Buddy Healthcare: innovating care pathways in 2020

Markus Lind, Chief Sales Officer at Buddy Healthcare, shows how surgery clinics can restart elective surgeries safely and automate care co-ordination processes. As the global...
Virtual physiotherapy is just as effective as in-person treatment

Virtual physiotherapy is just as effective as in-person treatment

A new study of 27,000 virtual physiotherapy patients has concluded that digital physiotherapy must become a significant part of the treatment mix post-COVID-19 after...
AI-assisted technology for preventing falls could reduce burden on NHS

AI-assisted technology for preventing falls could reduce burden on NHS

An AI-assisted remote monitoring and telehealth platform which predicts and prevents falls in the elderly could help reduce the burden on the NHS. According to...
Person Centred Software: developing the care home of the future

Person Centred Software: developing the care home of the future

Health Europa Quarterly speaks to Person Centred Software’s co-founder and director Jonathan Papworth, about developing the care home of the future, and why care...
AIVF deploys technology and innovation to boost reproductive science

AIVF deploys technology and innovation to boost reproductive science

AIVF’s CEO Daniella Gilboa, CCO Amir Lewkowicz, and VP of Product Ido Hershkovitz tell HEQ how technological innovation affects IVF practitioners and patients. Reproductive innovation...
Telestroke: modifying stroke care in the age of COVID-19

Telestroke: modifying stroke care in the age of COVID-19

As COVID-19 limits how patients are cared for, healthcare workers will need to modify their approach to stroke care, such as introducing ‘telestroke’ –...
Virtual care in the age of COVID-19 and beyond

Virtual care in the age of COVID-19 and beyond

Two, newly published articles have provided insights into the use of virtual care during COVID-19 and how the lessons and transformations can benefit healthcare...
Discover how AI is helping us understand cancer risk in the lungs

Discover how AI is helping us understand cancer risk in the lungs

Deep learning Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms could be utilised as an unbiased assessment tool to help clinicians with assessing risk of lung cancer. A new...
Could virtual reality ease the burden of coronavirus isolation?

Could virtual reality ease the burden of coronavirus isolation?

New research highlights how virtual reality could help ease the burden of the coronavirus crisis. Social isolation can have a huge psychological impact. A new...
Brain cancer patients could avoid biopsies thanks to Artificial Intelligence

Brain cancer patients could avoid biopsies thanks to Artificial Intelligence

In the future brain cancer patients may no longer need to undergo biopsies thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI). Brain cancer patients may be able to...

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