NHS to receive £487m technology boost

New Health Secretary pledges to transform technology in effort to reduce staff workloads and improve patient care

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Leading surgeons call for an end to 'absurb' use of fax machines by NHS

More than 9,000 outdated machines still in use in England alone

Revolutionary technology pinpoints biopsies to detect prostate cancer

Medical software from University College London found to pick up cancers missed using visual detection methods

NHS email provider under fire after systems crash during data centre upgrade

1.2 million staff locked out of emails for six hours due to systems outage

Why asset management needs to be taken seriously by the healthcare industry

Prasanna Kulkarni, founder and product architect at Comparesoft, explores how the NHS is deploying asset management ...

National dementia prize spurs ground-breaking innovations

Challenge Dementia announces its 2018 winner - The WayBack virtual reality film series

NHS guidelines on mobile messaging 'are flawed', expert claims

Joost Bruggeman, chief executive of Siilo, discusses the limitations of recent government guidelines regulating the use ...

IP nurse call, trunking and service columns installed at Queen Elizabeth Hospital inShare

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham dubbed the UK’s first super hospital, the £545 million Queen Elizabeth Hospital in ...

Secure I.T. Environments builds new data centre at Wrexham hospital

120sq m facility helping clinicians and staff to deliver the highest standards of care

Back pain assessment app 'just as effective as traditional methods'

Study lends weight to argument for using mobile apps for routine measurements and clinical trials

Comment: How disruptive technology is transforming the healthcare sector

Or Retzkin, chief executive of EyeControl, explores how technology has transformed the healthcare sector and what ...

Banishing medication errors in secondary care

New report released to promote best practice standards of care for the management of medication across secondary care

Comment: Care and connectivity: delivering a connected health service

Eddie Ginja, head of public sector at broadband internet provider, KCOM, reveals how digital services are changing the ...

Virtual reality helps patients with visual vertigo

Gaming technology supports patients to become symptom free more quickly

Winners of 2018 Health Tech Awards are announced

Game-changing technology comes under the spotlight