Cyber attacks in healthcare up 51 per cent, study finds

U.K, Jan. 13 -- Web application attacks on healthcare organisations spiked by 51 per cent following global roll outs of the COVID-19 vaccine in December, new research has found. Facilities operating i... Read More

New tool uses wearable sensor to detect COVID-19

U.K, Jan. 13 -- AI firm NeuTigers has launched a screening tool they say is almost twice as effective as temperature checks in predicting COVID-19. CovidDeep is a wearable device and app that can dete... Read More

Roche launches algorithms for breast cancer diagnosis

U.K, Jan. 12 -- Roche has launched two AI-powered image analysis systems to help with breast cancer detection. The two new automated algorithms, uPath HER2 (4B5) image analysis and uPath Dual ISH im... Read More

New remote monitoring device launches for heart diseases

U.K., Jan. 6 -- Latvian healthtech startup UPOlife is launching a remote health monitoring solution to help tackle cardiovascular diseases in Europe. UPOlife's new heart monitoring product is a pers... Read More

Study identifies greatest Covid mortality risks in hospital

U.K., Jan. 6 -- A new study has identified which Covid-19 patients face the greatest risk of mortality during hospitalisation. Researchers at University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) evalua... Read More

Survey finds major safety concerns among healthcare staff

U.K., Jan. 5 -- Less than 30 per cent of US healthcare workers feel safe going to work, according to a new survey. The national survey by Infrared Cameras Inc (ICI), manufacturers of thermal cameras... Read More

Use of digital healthcare in UK soars in 2020

U.K., Jan. 5 -- Usage of digital healthcare services provided by the UK's National Health Service (NHS) soared in 2020, according to data compiled by NHS Digital. Since the start of the coronavirus ... Read More

The Covid test designed for virus mutations

U.K., Jan. 4 -- In December it was announced that a new coronavirus variant was the cause of a rapid rise in infections in the UK. While it is so far not believed to result in more serious disease, it... Read More

Future of healthcare needs IT overhaul, survey finds

U.K., Jan. 4 -- Recent research by cloud computing company Nutanix has found that current healthcare IT systems are no longer conducive to today's work environment. Nutanix's 2020 Healthcare ECI surve... Read More

The future of telehealth depends on its quality

U.K., Jan. 3 -- Lockdowns have been internationally recognised as a double-edged sword. On the one hand, they have proved to be an effective means of slowing the spread of Covid-19, but on the other t... Read More