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  • The Digital Revolution in Medicine is Taking Place Right Now - MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM Highlights the Opportunities and Prospects for Doctors and Patients
    MEDICA 201713 - 16 November 2017, Düsseldorf, Germany.
    The MEDICA HEALTH IT FORUM at the world?s leading medical trade fair, MEDICA 2017, taking place in Düsseldorf with over 5,000 exhibitors, offers an exciting overview and perspective on the topics and trends that are set to shape the digitalisation of medicine. Artificial intelligence (AI), precision medicine, medical support via the internet which uses big data and participatory health as well as chatbots: this year offers a huge range of options at this long-established forum.

  • Future50: Nominate the Top Healthcare IT Leaders in Europe

    HIMSS Europe has launched Future50 supported by IBM Watson Health, a new flagship initiative that aims to identify and bring together the top 50 leaders in European Healthcare IT in a community that will further the field's transformation.

  • Global Healthcare Consultant
    Location:Erlangen, Germany
    Job Type:Full-Time
    Employer:Siemens Healthineers?
    We at Siemens Healthineers are committed to helping healthcare providers globally to succeed in today's dynamic environment. We are inspired to transform the way things are done - because we want what is best for our people, our customers and ultimately the health of mankind.

  • HIMSS IMPACT Big Data in Medicine

    20 - 21 Novemebr 2017, Potsdam, Germany.
    Big Data looks set to become a game-changer for healthcare and is likely to have a groundbreaking effect in all areas - from health service to population health management and from prevention to treatment and care.

  • New Comprehensive Data Platform Accelerates Application Development and Deployment
    InterSystemsInterSystems, a global leader in information technology platforms for health, business, and government applications, has introduced the InterSystems IRIS Data Platform®. Built around a high-performance database, InterSystems IRIS is the first and only data platform to provide all of the critical capabilities for rapidly developing data-intensive and mission- critical applications, including advanced data management, interoperability, transaction processing, and analytics.

    MEDICA 2017For the 6th time, MEDICA 2017 will see the world's largest live competition for the best App-based Medical Mobile Solution for use in the daily routine of a patient, a doctor or in the hospital - the MEDICA App COMPETITION 2017 - hosted in the 7th session of the MEDICA CONNECTED HEALTHCARE FORUM on Wednesday, 15 November 2017.

  • Thousands of GP Surgeries can Release Time to Care Using Latest in Telephone Tech
    X-onThousands of GP surgeries across the UK can now improve practice efficiency and gain more time to care for their patients through an agreement that will see the Surgery Connect telephone solution available directly through the EMIS GP clinical system.

    Surgery Connect, from X-on, is a cloud-based telephone solution that features - uniquely through one system - services such as

  • New Self-Powered Paper Patch could Help Diabetics Measure Glucose During Exercise
    A new paper-based sensor patch developed by researchers at Binghamton University, State University of New York could allow diabetics to effectively measure glucose levels during exercise. Today's most widespread methods for glucose self-testing involve monitoring glucose levels in blood. Conventional measurements, however, are not suitable for preventing hypoglycemia during exercise, said Binghamton University Electrical and Computer Science Assistant Professor Seokheun Choi.

  • Wearables are Revolutionising Classic Medicine - MEDICA 2017 to Focus on Current Trends and Show Concrete Applications
    MEDICA 201713 - 16 November 2017, Düsseldorf, Germany.
    The resounding success of health-promoting smart gadgets for private use has been outshone by another no less important development: Wearables are steadily advancing into many fields of professional healthcare. They are essential to the digital revolution that is also changing the field of medicine.

  • Head of Business Management
    Location:Barcelona, Spain
    Job Type:Full-Time
    We want to expand our leadership in diabetes management by enhancing our pioneering spirit for creating and delivering cutting edge Digital Solutions that will improve live of patients with diabetes. We are looking for global talents to join Roche Diabetes Care and build together the world's leading digital diabetes eco-system to bring to patients what they need next.

  • Google Glass App Helps Autistic Children with Social Interactions
    A prototype software application, to be used with the optical head-mounted display Google Glass, has been designed as a social-skills coach for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). A new study published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Robotics and AI finds that the wearable technology can recognize conversational prompts and provide the user with suitable responses in return. Moreover, children find it easy to operate and enjoy using it.

  • FDA Permits Marketing of Mobile Medical Application for Substance Use Disorder
    FDAToday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration permitted marketing of the first mobile medical application to help treat substance use disorders (SUD). The Reset application is intended to be used with outpatient therapy to treat alcohol, cocaine, marijuana and stimulant SUDs. The application is not intended to be used to treat opioid dependence.

  • Ageing Pagers Costing NHS Hospitals Millions
    CommonTimeNHS trusts spend £6.6m a year on 'blunt instruments' for communications, when smartphones could replace pagers, save millions of pounds and deliver crucial information to the frontline, a new report from CommonTime has found. Millions of pounds is being spent on outdated and even broken pager devices every year in NHS hospitals, whilst doctors are calling for more modern means of frontline communication, a new report has revealed.

  • Bringing Together Medical Students Around the World, Elsevier Announces Winners for First-ever Elsevier Hacks Competition
    ElsevierElsevier, the information analytics business specializing in science and health, today announced the winners of its medical education hackathon. Twenty medical students from around the world participated in the two-day event in Helsinki, Finland, in late August. Following an intense 48 hours of pitching, ideating, designing and developing innovative solutions for medical education, a team composed of students from

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