Michale Ollove from The Pew Charitable Trusts, has written an interesting piece on how telemedicine is increasingly being used in prison to avoid prisoners having to visit hospitals and to try and save costs. The story beings with an alarming anecdote:
Texas prison psychiatrist Pradan Nathan recalls an unsettling face-to-face session with a dissatisfied patient about a dozen years ago at a maximum security prison in East Texas. The large man, a member of a notorious…
The Australian Telehealth Conference is taking place on 28-29 April 2016 in Sydney Australia.
Registration is now available on the ATC2016 website: …
Proteus Digital Health have announced that the FDA has agreed to review it's "smart pill" that combines a schizophrenia medicine with tiny digestible sensor. When the pill reaches the stomach the pill sends a digital signal to a wearable patch that is plastered to the patient's skin. The patch then relays…
The future for health technologies: innovation, funding and regulation
Wednesday, 18th March 2015
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Guests of Honour: Dr Paul Rice, Head of Technology Strategy,…
We've previously discussed the use of Drones for Healthcare. Now Google has entered the drone delivery space with Project Wing:
I can imagine a device like this delivering prescriptions to rural patients (as opposed to dog food in the video), or even…
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Usability Testing in Healthcare
Dr Chris Paton
BMBS BMedSci, MBA, FACHI, FFCI
This e-Seminar will cover how to conduct usability tests for healthcare applications.
• We will be using GoToTraining.
• You can join our session by using a Mac, PC or an iOS device.
Thurs, Jan 10, 2018
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM GMT