Sam Collins

By Sam Collins 12:00 am March 02, 2009
A computer system enabling medical students to practice diagnosing and managing patients in simulations using real patient data is being developed in an interdepartmental collaborative project between UK-based Leicester Medical School and the Computer Science Department at the University of Leicester.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am February 27, 2009
A UK-based online training module for GPs and other healthcare professionals to increase awareness of Parkinson's disease has attracted more than 3000 participants, some from as far away as New Zealand.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am February 25, 2009
The Department of Neurosurgery Ulm University and Günzburg District Hospital have inaugurated the BrainSUITE iMRI, a digitally-integrated workflow-optimized neurosurgical operating room.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am February 24, 2009
Online scanning to allow remote diagnosis for island patients and Scotland's biggest telehealth system are among a raft of hi-tech projects to help more patients be treated quicker and closer to home.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am February 19, 2009
Careon, a German provider for personal health records, and dbMotion, a supplier of health interoperability and intelligence solutions, are partnering in the German-language eHealth market to meet the increasing needs for the exchange of medical information.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am February 19, 2009
Future medical research will focus increasingly on electronic data, with less need both for laboratory animals and tissue samples.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am February 17, 2009
The Peine Clinic in Lower Saxony has become the first hospital in Germany to interface its angiography systems with an image management and reporting system.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am February 12, 2009
UK pharmacists will gain access to patients' electronic Care Record for the first time under plans by NHS IT chiefs. Access has previously been limited to general practitionerss.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am February 10, 2009
Two regional healthcare services in Spain have contracted IBA Health Group's iSOFT business to deliver clinical and patient management systems.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am February 05, 2009
GP surgeries in London's Southwark Primary Care Trust have been using a text messaging solution to invite patients for the combined measles, mumps and rubella jab and to alert parents of measles outbreaks.

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