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Healthcare technology is any technology, including medical devices, IT systems, algorithms, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud and blockchain, designed to support healthcare organizations. It is used to improve the quality, efficiency, and accessibility of healthcare. IT Reseller news relating to Hospital & Healthcare Technology, Healthcare IT / Infrastructure, Managed Services, Cloud Computing, Pharma Technology, Pharmaceutical Supply Chain.

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Elo app turns touchscreen kiosks into facial/mask detection and temperature checkpoints

1 Elo app turns touchscreen kiosks into facial/mask detection and temperature checkpoints

Elo, a Silicon Valley-based global provider of interactive solutions, has announced major enhancements to its Elo Access App.

Dakota interview with QE Transport: Paul Bowmaker, Head of Transport, Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust

2 Dakota interview with QE Transport: Paul Bowmaker, Head of Transport, Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust

Dakota Integrated Solutions spoke with Paul Bowmaker, Head of Transport at QE Transport, to find out how Dakota has worked with him and his team to implement a new Electronic Point of Delivery (ePod) solution aimed at streamlining and improving the tracking of the movement of specimens from various healthcare facilities, such as GP surgeries, hospitals and pharmacies, to laboratories for testing.

Fully antibacterial phone – every external surface of the Cat® S42 rugged smartphone has advanced antimicrobial product protection applied

3 Fully antibacterial phone – every external surface of the Cat® S42 rugged smartphone has advanced antimicrobial product protection applied

Bullitt Group, the global licensee for Cat phones, has announced that the Cat S42 has been enhanced by advanced antimicrobial product protection, claimed by the company to make it the first anti-bacterial phone. Every exterior component of the product has been treated with Biomaster antimicrobial technology and tested to ISO 22196.

Carillon’s credentialing services earns trusted status with SAFE Identity Bridge Certification Authority

4 Carillon’s credentialing services earns trusted status with SAFE Identity Bridge Certification Authority

SAFE Identity and Carillon Information Security Inc. have announced that Carillon has achieved cross-certification with the SAFE Identity Bridge Certification Authority (SIBCA), a cryptographic infrastructure that enables individuals, organisations and online services in the healthcare sector to trust each other’s digital identities for high assurance electronic transactions.

Prime Minister meets the team behind the UK’s forthcoming Vaccines Manufacturing and Innovation Centre

5 Prime Minister meets the team behind the UK’s forthcoming Vaccines Manufacturing and Innovation Centre

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has visited the construction site of the rapidly developing UK’s Vaccines Manufacturing and Innovation Centre (VMIC) at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus. 

Fujifilm selects Kinaxis RapidResponse for agility in its medical system supply chain

6 Fujifilm selects Kinaxis RapidResponse for agility in its medical system supply chain

Kinaxis Inc., the authority in driving agility for fast, confident decision-making in an unpredictable world, has announced that the medical systems division of FujifilmCorporation has selected Kinaxis RapidResponse to gain supply chain visibility across its global supply chain.

Future Processing succeeds in building customer trust and confidence during ongoing times of uncertainty

7 Future Processing succeeds in building customer trust and confidence during ongoing times of uncertainty

Future Processing, a software development company, has achieved a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 65 in its recent customer survey. The company has measured its NPS score over the past two years, improving on last year’s score of 55, to create a benchmark for Future Processing’s customer experience and client retention.

New study will investigate risks COVID-19 "immunity passports" pose to human rights

8 New study will investigate risks COVID-19 "immunity passports" pose to human rights

A new study will examine the risks coronavirus “immunity passports” pose to human rights as more countries begin to use technology to monitor health during the pandemic.

InReality unveils ‘smart’ safe space solutions for contactless, AI-enabled temperature detection and occupancy monitoring

9 InReality unveils ‘smart’ safe space solutions for contactless, AI-enabled temperature detection and occupancy monitoring

InReality has unveiled a new suite of Safe Space Solutions powered by their integration and analytics platform. The Thermal Mirror, an Enterprise-focused  turnkey fever scanning solution, displays almost immediate temperature results, either anonymously for visitors or via facial recognition for employees.

UK tech entrepreneur develops solutions to support the UK’s COVID-19 economic recovery

10 UK tech entrepreneur develops solutions to support the UK’s COVID-19 economic recovery

With the country approaching the eighth week of large, and multi industry, social distancing measures as part of the controls around COVID-19, UK businesses are starting, with caution, to explore ways in which adaptations need to be made to ensure a safe movement back to normal working and operating patterns once government recommendations allow it.

Healthcare Technology

Healthcare technology is any technology, including medical devices, IT systems, algorithms, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud and blockchain, designed to support healthcare organizations. It is used to improve the quality, efficiency, and accessibility of healthcare.

Some of the most common healthcare technologies include:

  • Medical devices: These devices are used to diagnose, treat, and monitor patients. Examples include pacemakers, MRI machines, and insulin pumps.
  • IT systems: These systems are used to store and manage patient data. Examples include electronic medical records (EMRs) and hospital information systems (HIS).
  • Algorithms: These are mathematical formulas that are used to analyze data and make predictions. Examples include algorithms that are used to identify patients at risk for disease or to recommend treatment options.
  • Artificial intelligence (AI): This is a field of computer science that is concerned with creating intelligent agents, which are systems that can reason, learn, and act autonomously. AI is being used in healthcare to develop new diagnostic tools, improve the accuracy of treatment, and personalize care.
  • Cloud and blockchain: These technologies are used to store and share data securely. Cloud computing is a way to access computing resources, such as servers, storage, and applications, over the internet. Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that is used to record transactions in a secure and transparent way.

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