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Is technology helping the nursing shortage?

Is technology helping the nursing shortage?
Nursing is a very popular career path, and for good reason: the pay is good, it’s flexible, and it can be very fulfilling for those who like to help others. Because it’s so popular, the average American might not notice that the industry is facing an imminent nursing shortage in upcoming years as the population of the United States continues to age. 
19th November 2018

Touchscreen PC, compliant with IEC 60601-1 for medical equipment

Touchscreen PC, compliant with IEC 60601-1 for medical equipment
The Medical solution provider, MEDWEL, a Portwell subsidiary, has announced the launch of a new medical grade Panel PC: the MEDS-P1001. Designed for medical applications such as bedside care infotainment terminals, medical equipment HMIs and smart medical monitor interfaces.
16th November 2018

Keeping up-to-date with Europe’s medical device regulation

Keeping up-to-date with Europe’s medical device regulation
  The introduction of the EU’s new Medical Device Regulation began a three-year transition period that expires on May 26, 2020. Manufacturers need to be sure they understand the requirements of the new regulation to ensure continued compliance. 
6th November 2018


Breakthrough Diabetes Prevention Study

Breakthrough Diabetes Prevention Study
DNA testing pioneer DnaNudge is collaborating with Imperial College London to explore the effects of DNA-personalised food choices on health outcomes for pre-diabetic individuals. The clinical trial with Imperial College London – announced today – is assessing the potential of DnaNudge’s ground-breaking point-of-decision technology for improving glucose regulation and preventing the development of Type 2 diabetes in prone individuals. Recruitment to the 12-month clinical trial is being supported by leading UK retailer Waitrose & Partners, which will be supporting the trial by contacting customers in the North London area from today with information on how to take part should they wish.
3rd November 2018

Anglia issues RoHS 3 compliance information

Anglia issues RoHS 3 compliance information
RoHS 3 compliance information has been added to the extensive documentation offered on Anglia Live. Anglia is also working closely with suppliers to ensure that its inventory will be compliant by the time the RoHS 3 directive comes in to force on July 22 2019.
30th October 2018

Recent healthcare hacks present opportunity for OEMs

Recent healthcare hacks present opportunity for OEMs
If you had to name a safe pair of hands, healthcare and medical practitioners would probably rank at the top. However, the medical technology (MedTech) they use is in a vulnerable state. Recent years have proven this extensively, with an unprecedented number of cyberattacks targeting critical medical equipment in hospitals.
28th September 2018

Big Data revolution drives healthcare technology

Big Data revolution drives healthcare technology
  The latest Healthtech M&A Market Report from international technology mergers and acquisitions advisors, Hampleton Partners, reveals how Big Data is fast becoming the common currency that lies at the heart of high-value business models in the healthtech sector.
24th September 2018

Medical grade 10.1 inch panel PC

Medical grade 10.1 inch panel PC
The launch of a new medical Panel PC version MEDS-P1000 has been announced by MEDWEL, a Portwell subsidiary and medical solution provider. The new MEDS-P1000 is a 10.1" Panel PC based on the NXP i.MX6 quad core processor and is suitable for use as a bedside healthcare infotainment terminal in hospital and medical equipment HMI (Human Machine Interface). 
24th September 2018

Emerging technologies and innovation in patient-centred care

According to the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Health Research Institute, 2017 is an important year for innovation in health care. The boom in innovation is due to the development of new technologies that could potentially change the way nurses and other providers treat and interact with their patients.
21st September 2018

Innovations in tech are changing healthcare as we know it

Innovations in tech are changing healthcare as we know it
Nurses work long, demanding hours to meet the needs of today’s ever-expanding patient base. Technology, however, can help nurse practitioners work more efficiently so that they can spend more time with their patients. Eventually, this could shorten hospital stays, improve patient satisfaction and reduce practitioner burnout. Author: Ryan Ayers.
20th September 2018


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