Sam Collins

By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 21, 2009
E-health service company CompuGROUP Holding is now supporting the integrated treatment of patients suffering from Type 2 diabetes mellitus through its subsidiary GIV.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 21, 2009
New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) has partnered with German eHealth specialist InterComponentWare (ICW) and Surescripts for an eHealth prototype project to facilitate prescription routing and deliver prescription history for NY residents through the Statewide Health Information Network for New York (SHIN-NY).
By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 17, 2009
The Academic Medical Centre (AMC) in the Netherlands will renew its contract with healthcare IT company iSOFT for patient administration and care systems.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 16, 2009
A new Web site to support partnerships between NHS staff and trade unions has been announced by the UK government.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 15, 2009
Patients at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in London are expecting to benefit from a new patient automated arrival system from NCR Corporation.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 14, 2009
Agfa HealthCare has announced an advanced enterprise visualization strategy that combines the company's IMPAX Data Center and IMPAX Mobility solutions to deliver managed imaging record access and distribution across healthcare enterprises and regional networks.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 08, 2009
Belgian medical imaging specialist Barco has been selected by Stanford Hospital and Clinics, part of Stanford University Medical Center, to supply 58 of its recently-launched MDRC-2120 clinical review displays.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 08, 2009
iSOFT has won a two-year €1.65 million contract with German private healthcare group Damp Holding AG for an integrated radiology information system (RIS) and picture archiving and communications system.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 07, 2009
SHL Telemedicine, a developer of advanced personal telemedicine solutions, has won the 2008 European Telemedicine Systems for Cardiac Monitoring Product Innovation of the Year Award.
By Sam Collins 12:00 am April 02, 2009
Researchers at Sweden's Karolinska Institutet have constructed a mathematical activity model of the brain's frontal and parietal parts, to increase the understanding of the capacity of the working memory and of how the billions of neurons in the brain interact.

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