Market forecast: 2021 will be a key year for HealthTech adoption

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact on health and care services, we speak to HealthTech leaders to examine how technology will be crucial moving into 2021

picture of 2021 will be a key year for the adoption of technology across health and care organisations

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Seamless mobile connectivity is the backbone to digitized healthcare

Colin Abrey of Nextivity explains why the NHS digital transformation will be neither feasible nor achievable in the ...

New modules bring greater functionality to fmfirst Estates

The new Risk Assessment module provides licensed users with the ability to import appropriate Canty risk assessment ...

Increased use of telehealth impacts healthcare design

We speak to Joseph Doherty, a healthcare sector principal at architectural practice, FCA, to explore how the increasing ...

Fighting COVID-19: How the unthinkable led to the unimaginable

When Coronavirus arrived in the UK, The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust advanced its IT by ‘four years in four ...

Getting the NHS ready for digital

The Highland Marketing advisory board wanted to discuss how health and care organisations can make sure they are ready ...

Comment: Hospital inventory management: the data doesn’t lie

Mark Frankish, data scientist at SAS UK & Ireland, explores what hospitals can do to address the issue of inventory ...

IP nurse call, trunking and service columns installed at Queen Elizabeth Hospital inShare

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham dubbed the UK’s first super hospital, the £545 million Queen Elizabeth Hospital ...

iRhythm’s cardiac monitor receives first-of-its-kind recommendation

Zio XT Service becomes first technology to complete NICE digital health pilot, with evidence of improved patient ...

Smart building conversion using smart finance could save billions

Utilising technology and AI will enable the health sector to meet tough energy-reduction targets, says new report

Six easy ways to safeguard patient data

With cyber security breaches increasingly being reported in the healthcare sector since the onset of COVID-19, Ben ...

Banishing medication errors in secondary care

New report released to promote best practice standards of care for the management of medication across secondary care

Easing the load on GPs through digital records

This article explores how the use of digital care records by pharmacists and other health professionals could reduce ...

£16m to introduce digital prescribing in hospitals

16 hospitals across England will receive cash to introduce electronic prescribing solutions

Q&A: Why the NHS needs to invest in track-and-trace technology

We speak to Zebra Technologies about how the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the pace at which healthcare trusts are ...