Categorie | Europa

Kort internationaal nieuws 5 oktober 2012

  • HIMSS Europe Webinar: A Patient-centric Holistic Care Approach to Chronic Disease Management
    HIMSS Europe17 October 2012, 15.00 CET
    There is no doubt that we are experiencing a global healthcare crisis with costs rising uncontrollably and an aging population that is placing an increased burden on already strained healthcare systems. Remote monitoring solutions have the potential to alleviate this burden by allowing providers to monitor patients remotely and empowering patients to better manage their own health.
  • £10K Award for Innovative Research
    EMISQResearch® – one of the largest GP research databases in the world – has launched a £10,000 award to improve the nation’s health. The QInnovation award is inviting entries in the next eight weeks from UK research teams involved in projects that are likely to benefit patients or improve clinical care in primary health.
  • The Road to Personalised Medical Care and Technology
    MEDICA 201214 – 17 November 2012, Düsseldorf, Germany.
    The ‘personalisation’ in medical technology will be impressively showcased by more than 4,500 exhibitors at the world’s biggest medical trade fair MEDICA 2012 in Düsseldorf and at the parallel fair COMPAMED 2012, the leading international market platform for suppliers in the medical technology industry (over 600 exhibitors).
  • Autonomous Flying Robot with a Honey Bee Brain
    Scientists at the Universities of Sheffield and Sussex are embarking on an ambitious project to produce the first accurate computer models of a honey bee brain in a bid to advance our understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AI), and how animals think.
  • Advanced Health & Care Achieves ITK Accreditation
    Advanced Health & CareAdvanced Health & Care (Advanced), a leading provider of IT management systems for the health and care sectors, has achieved the ITK (Interoperability Toolkit) accreditation from the Department of Health (DH). Advanced gained the accreditation for its leading clinical patient management system, Adastra.
  • New Strategy to Drive European Business and Government Productivity via Cloud Computing
    The European Commission’s new strategy for “Unleashing the potential of cloud computing in Europe” outlines actions to deliver a net gain of 2.5 million new European jobs, and an annual boost of EUR 160 billion to EU GDP (around 1%), by 2020. The strategy is designed to speed up and increase the use of cloud computing across the economy

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