Many English NHS hospitals are dealing with a “huge backlog” of scans, according to a recent report from the Guardian.
The government aims to include the NHS in the digital revolution by introducing new technologies to the health service
Wearable technology has been around for a while now and more and more people are using gadgets like Fitbits and Apple Watches in their daily lives. As well as wearable tech, there’s also hearable tech – items like hearing aids and earbuds.
A growing number of hospitals and other healthcare organisations around the world are adopting cloud-based systems, which is helping to drive digital transformation in the area of healthcare.
Computer giant Microsoft is regularly at the forefront of technological advancements, and the world quickly follows its lead when it comes to developing and using the latest software.
Patients have been reassured their medical data will remain protected after the NHS struck a deal with Amazon’s Alexa.
The healthcare sector has been singled out as one of the industries that’s beginning to embrace cloud computing to benefit professionals and patients.
Nearly three-quarters of Brits have given their support for data sharing of their medical information, so long as it goes towards benefitting others.