Dillan Yogendra

Dillan Yogendra is Managing Editor of HIMSS Insights and is based in London. He is able to advise you on HIMSS Europe's wide range of media properties, including HIMSS Insights, HealthTech Wire and the British Journal of Healthcare Computing. Follow Dillan on Twitter @DillanYogendra1

By Dillan Yogendra 08:59 am August 30, 2013
An Ohio surgeon claims to be the first medical specialist in his country to use Google Glass while performing live surgery
By Dillan Yogendra 09:23 am August 29, 2013
The leading European pharmaceutical industry association has detailed new commitments to greater transparency in drug trial data sharing it says are preferable to EU proposals.
By Dillan Yogendra 09:39 am August 28, 2013
The regulation department for the DHA -- has just issued a circular to the healthcare sector requesting they update their details on the online licensing system known as Sheryan.
By Dillan Yogendra 08:18 am August 27, 2013
Healthcare spend in Saudi Arabia is expected to rise to SR98 billion, a 10.3% increase over the SR88.9 billion spent in 2012, with further increases expected into the future.
By Dillan Yogendra 04:38 am August 23, 2013
The conference will combine the efforts of several leading European healthcare organizations into one powerful event.
By Dillan Yogendra 04:31 am July 31, 2013
The country’s Ministry of Health officials recommended measures to drive down fees at private hospitals and medical facilities.
By Dillan Yogendra 09:16 am July 29, 2013
Personal health systems (PHS) and remote patient monitoring and treatment (RMT) have the potential to change the way healthcare is provided by increasing quantity and quality of care.
By Dillan Yogendra 12:30 pm July 25, 2013
Overseeing all aspects of public health services, the State Department of Health, New Jersey, has announced an award of $1.57 million to a coalition of health organizations.
By Dillan Yogendra 08:41 am July 24, 2013
The picture archiving and communication system (PACS) market across Europe is established, and healthcare providers require additional storage systems to back their data up, which can be very expensive
By Dillan Yogendra 10:39 am July 23, 2013
The topics that are being discussed during the 4-week period involve nutrition, diabetes, and hypertension – in response to fasting.

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