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Healthcare technology continues to evolve and impress us every year. This year won’t be any exception. Innovations in patient monitoring devices hope to improve both care given to patients and the manner care is provided. It also aims to improve prognosis and quality of life. Here are the latest innovations in patient monitoring devices.   NHS England Explores More Patient Monitoring Solutions Just November of last year, the UK National Health Service started working with Reliq Health, a company that creates telemedicine and mobile health products for community-based care. The goal is to explore different remote patient monitoring solutions and […]
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There are many of us who might suffer from some sort of mental health issues to a varying degree and there are still plenty of aspects we don’t really understand, although we are now in a climate of improved awareness. This means that there are more self-help options available now than ever before, including some mobile methods that can soothe you wherever and whenever you need it. Here is a look at some useful apps, including one that taps into the benefits of CBT and a childhood activity that is proving popular with stressed-out adults. There is also an overview […]
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Many business owners today are working hard at enterprise app creation so that they can make their own apps for use within their organization, but there is one area that a lot of businesses should be exploring but aren’t, and that is the area of mental health. Why should your business consider designing an enterprise app for mental health? Keep reading to learn more. Photo by stockimages at freedigitalphotos.net Mental Health Can Deeply Affect a Worker First off, as an employer, you should consider your employees’ mental health, as it will have a big impact upon their wellbeing, their productivity, […]
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We know that Sir Bruce Keogh is very keen on ‘wearable apps’ – little apps you can download onto your smartphone to improve your health. NHS England seem enthusiastic about getting senior staff in the NHS to dream up apps to improve patient care. Part of this, presumably, is wishing to make the NHS profitable like Apple; but part of it is genuinely driven by a wish for technology at low or no cost to improve vastly someone’s quality of life. Apple in their recent launch proudly showed off a new app which could act as a mini research lab, […]
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