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Israel will give Palestinian doctors their first 5,000 vaccines

Israel has agreed to give the first 5,000 vaccine doses to Palestinian medical workers - but only if they live in annexed east Jerusalem, while the West Bank and Gaza remain without vaccines.
E-rostering

NHS awarded £7.5 million to digitally schedule shifts

Government allocates £7.5 million to NHS hospitals, clinics and pharmacies across 38 trusts to implement digital shift planning.
deterioration

New tool identifies COVID-19 patients risk of deterioration

A new risk-stratification tool has been developed by researchers from the UK Coronavirus Clinical Characterisation Consortium and can accurately predict the likelihood of deterioration in hospitalised COVID-19 patients.
cardiac diagnosis, AF

A new era in cardiac diagnosis

Justin Hall, GM and VP EMEA, iRhythm Technologies, explores how modern technology is helping to diagnose Atrial Fibrillation (AF).
virtual care management

Beyond the digital healthcare chasm

Here, José Bastos, Director at knok, explores how virtual care management will be fundamental to digital transformation within the healthcare sector.
medical and safety

How can medical and safety technology manufacturers provide support during a pandemic?

Here, we look into the many ways in which medical and safety technology manufacturer Dräger has been stepping up to help its customers through the COVID-19 crisis.
NHS teams

We must find other ways to keep NHS teams safe when they can’t work...

Dr Anas Nader, co-founder and CEO of Patchwork Health, discusses why we must find reliable ways to keep NHS teams safe when they can't work from home during the pandemic.
UK’s clinicians

The UK’s clinicians need training in medical cannabis – here’s why

Professor Mike Barnes, Co-Founder of Maple Tree Consultancy states that the UK’s clinicians need training in medical cannabis and explains precisely why this should be.
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US healthcare: 34% of older people could be prescribed the wrong drugs

A new study found that it costs patients over $450 a year when they are prescribed the wrong drugs, making them twice as likely to go to hospital.
GP consultations

Are remote GP consultations here to stay?

Dr Owain Rhys Hughes, founder and CEO of Cinapsis, explores how remote GP consultations are providing opportunities for both patients and the NHS.
health crisis, clinical

Why simply collecting more data won’t prevent the next health crisis

Richard Armstrong, head of health registries at Northgate Public Services, examines the growing importance of medical registries in a health crisis and why some programmes are destined to fail patients.
virtually connect

Prisoners to virtually connect with doctors under new NHS agreement

The NHS has signed a new national agreement that will allow prisoners to virtually connect with doctors at their local hospital.
bottom-up

Empowering NHS change from the bottom-up

Deb Sutton and Dan Wadsworth from TeleTracking UK, argue that training frontline workers to make changes from bottom-up is key to achieving the full benefits of digital solutions within the NHS.
on demand interpreters

Making sure Deaf people are heard: The importance of on demand interpreters

In recognition of International Day of Sign Languages, Clare Vale, managing director at Sign Solutions, highlights the importance of having on demand interpreters for deaf people in healthcare settings.
opioid epidemic

How can e-Learning for Healthcare help overcome the ‘opioid epidemic’?

Here, we learn all about the ‘opioid epidemic’ and how e-Learning for Healthcare’s e-PAIN programme is helping NHS staff to overcome it.
covid-19 patient rehabilitation

Rehabilitation could reduce lung and heart damage in COVID-19 patients

Researchers have discovered that COVID-19 patients recover faster the sooner they undergo rehabilitation after leaving intensive care.
micro-efficiencies

Why ‘micro-efficiencies’ matter to clinicians

Dr Owain Rhys Hughes, Founder and CEO at Cinapsis, explores the future of primary care and how, despite the popularity of grand reformations and sweeping initiatives, it's the micro-changes which add up to make the biggest difference to patient care.
future of care

Why the future of care lies in tech, not robots 

Nicholas Kelly, CEO of Axela Ltd, explains why he believes that the future of care lies in tech, not just robots.
mobile workstations

How have mobile workstations developed to meet health workers’ needs?

Paul Zuidema, Managing Director EMEA at Ergotron, explores how mobile workstations have developed to meet the needs of health workers.
healthtech

Why we cannot afford to let the healthtech boom lose pace post-COVID-19

Rupert Spiegelberg, CEO of Doctorlink, explains why we cannot accord to let the healthtech boom lose pace in a post-COVID-19 reality.

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