Huma is the new name for Medopad as it makes acquisitions in its quest to make preventative healthcare a reality.
There isn’t any aspect of healthcare that isn’t being transformed by technology. The health-related technologies on display reflected the work that is being done to prevent illness, to deliver more effective treatments, and to reduce the growing cost of healthcare.
The UK government has announced a new National Genomic Healthcare Strategy which sets out how the UK can become the global leader in genomic healthcare.
At HIMSS19, one theme seems to filter through all the buzz and activity: delivering value-based, patient-centred care.
Genomics England has selected QIAGEN to provide bioinformatic support to the NHS Genomic Medicine Service and its national network of Genomic Laboratory Hubs for 5 million genome project.
Constrained by workforce shortages during the difficult winter period, Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust deployed Current, an AI-enabled wearable platform, to remotely monitor patients after being discharged from hospital.
Aetna, the health insurer, has collaborated with Apple to develop a new health app for its customers. Through the use of an Apple Watch, the Attain app will provide Aetna customers with personalised goals, track their daily activity levels, recommend healthy actions, and ultimately reward them for taking these actions to improve their well-being. The app provides […]
Prenetics, the genetic screening company, has acquired Soma Analytics, the developer of workplace stress relief app Kelaa.
The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) together with Fitbit have launched the Bring Your Own Device project, enabling Fitbit users to share data with the NIH ‘All of Us’ programme.
The UK’s NHS has today published its Long Term Plan, which sets out a vision to save half a million lives ‘with practical action on major killer conditions and investment in world class, cutting edge treatments’ over the next decade. At the heart of the plans is the use of technology for a wide range […]