Sam Collins

By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 01, 2009
The GPs Committee (GPC) of the British Medical Association (BMA) is calling on grassroots family doctors and patients to help shape future GP services, with a particular emphasis on IT.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am March 29, 2009
A new technology which dramatically improves the sensitivity of magnetic resonance techniques, including those used in hospital scanners and chemistry laboratories, has been developed by scientists at the University of York in England.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am March 26, 2009
The diagnostics industry will increasingly be shaped by the relationship between the growing near patient testing (NPT) sector and a clinical laboratory system adapting to 21st Century demands.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am March 25, 2009
Medical images are increasingly becoming digitized. However, the exponential growth of digitized medical images poses an immense challenge in terms of management, compression and retrieval.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am March 23, 2009
Clinical software vendor Clinical Solutions has announced a partnership with Fujitsu Services to help improve access to healthcare and advice for the people of Spain.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am March 18, 2009
Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust in the UK has bought a new virtual desktop tool to give healthcare workers bedside access to patient records via an integrated and interactive IT system.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am March 17, 2009
Genomatix Software, a company that analyzes genomic data generated by high throughput technologies, has been issued a patent for "Identification and assignment of functionally corresponding regulatory sequences for orthologous loci in eukaryotic genomes" by the European Patent Office.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am March 16, 2009
Agfa HealthCare has been selected by ENEL-MED, a leading private healthcare provider in Poland, to install its IMPAX 6 picture archiving and communications system for its seven facilities and 360-plus medical institution customers across Poland.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am March 05, 2009
Women in Cyprus will soon be benefiting from low-dose mammography after the Aevresis Diagnostic Center in Nicosia opted to digitize mammography operations with a solution from Swedish IT and medical-technology company Sectra.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am March 04, 2009
Healthcare organizations have called for medical records to be exempt from legislation which would increase the UK government's power to access and share personal data.

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