Sam Collins

By Sam Collins 12:00 am May 28, 2009
A multidisciplinary team of technology strategists and scientists from Cambridge Consultants has provided advice to Cambridge Enterprise regarding potential applications for microdroplet technology in a high-growth sector of the drug discovery market, currently valued at US$140million.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am May 28, 2009
The US Shields Health Care Group has chosen Swedish IT and medical-technology company Sectra as its Radiology Information System (RIS) provider. Sectra will deliver its RIS products, integration services and direct support to Shields Health Care over a multi-year period.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am May 26, 2009
Telecoms giants Orange and Alcatel-Lucent have signed a cooperation agreement to address healthcare challenges in Europe and emerging markets.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am May 20, 2009
The new application syngo iFlow from Siemens Healthcare makes it possible for the first time to demonstrate a complete digital subtraction angiography (DSA) sequence in a single color image.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am May 19, 2009
Cambridge Consultants has unveiled technology to connect patients and their treatment devices, such as inhalers, with healthcare support professionals and a range of online applications.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am May 18, 2009
Swedish IT and medical-technology company Sectra has been selected by ProMedica Health System as its radiology information systems provider.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am May 12, 2009
Researchers in the EU-funded PERSONA (Perceptive spaces promoting independent aging) project are drawing on a range of advanced technologies to empower the elderly and support them in their efforts to maintain both their independence and a good quality of life.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am May 11, 2009
Healthcare IT products and services provider System C Healthcare has acquired Bluestar UK Group for a maximum consideration of up to £3.0million.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am May 11, 2009
Agfa HealthCare has signed an agreement with Ziekenhuis Netwerk Antwerpen - Hospital Network Antwerp (ZNA) for the delivery of the IMPAX 6 image management solution to support and centralize the diagnostic and clinical imaging needs of its nine sites across the Belgian city.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am May 08, 2009
Analog screening systems are gradually being replaced by digital mammography systems, with screening programmes for breast cancer detection responsible for driving the market. A majority of screening programmes have already been implemented in European countries.

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