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Learning from the Estonian e-health system

Learning from the Estonian e-health system

Estonia’s Minister of Health and Labour Riina Sikkut tells Health Europa what we can learn from the Estonian e-health system. The Estonian e-health system is...
Evaluating blockchain and distributed ledger use for the NHS

Evaluating blockchain and distributed ledger use for the NHS

Dr Stewart Southey weighs the potential benefits of blockchain and distributed ledger technology in the NHS The past few years have seen a veritable frenzy...
Privileged access management: the crucial step for secure, digitised healthcare

Privileged access management: a crucial step for secure, digitised healthcare

Proper cybersecurity hygiene in the healthcare sector is imperative. This journey all starts with effectively managing privileged access, as CyberArk’s David Higgins explains. The increased...
Hepatitis C in the UK – the path to elimination

Hepatitis C in the UK – the path to elimination

Following an 11% fall in hepatitis C-related deaths between 2016 and 2017, Rachel Halford makes the case for a national strategy to eliminate hepatitis...
Digital mobility monitoring: evidence-based pressure ulcer prevention

Digital mobility monitoring: evidence-based pressure ulcer prevention

Bertrand Hughes, CEO of compliant concept AG, outlines the cost-effectiveness of pressure ulcer prevention & the added value of digital mobility monitoring. A recent report...
Continuous low mobility, yet do not disturb!

Continuous low mobility, yet do not disturb!

Compliant concept AG’s Bertrand Hughes outlines the advantages of the Active Mobilisation System® – purposely designed for those with low mobility. Up until now, the...
Measuring the length of a physician’s arms – or ensuring the competencies of healthcare staff

Measuring the length of a physician’s arms – or ensuring the competencies of healthcare...

INNO-X Healthcare discuss their efforts to ensure the healthcare staff of the future are equipped with the skills and competencies they need to best...
The key steps to effective pressure ulcer prevention

The key steps to effective pressure ulcer prevention

Claire James, director of pressure ulcer prevention campaigns Your Turn and React to Red Skin, reflects on UK efforts to reduce burden of pressure...
United Nations agencies call for ban on virginity testing

United Nations agencies call for ban on virginity testing

A global call to eradicate virginity testing, which is medically unnecessary & often painful, has been announced by United Nations agencies. Virginity testing, a gynaecological...
The digital challenge: achieving a paperless NHS by 2020

The digital challenge: achieving a paperless NHS by 2020

Despite calls for a paperless NHS back in 2013, the service is far from completing its paperless journey. Qlik’s David Bolton sets out how...
3 million EU nurses focusing on the European elections

Three million EU nurses focusing on the European elections

Alessia Gramuglia and Paul De Raeve, of the European Federation of Nurses Associations, explain why the united voice of three million EU nurses is...
Did you know that many patients aren’t aware of all the hip surgery options?

Did you know: many patients aren’t aware of all the hip surgery options?

Surgeon highlights how most patients that require hip surgery are not aware of all the options that are available to them. According to Simon Mellor,...

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