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Digitization in the hospital as a transformer

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Digitization in healthcare is in full progress. Not only is documentation in hospitals being simplified but digital care networks can also be formed through telemedicine. Consultation is thus becoming less location-bound. In our interview, Henning Schneider from Asklepios explains how this can look in practice and where there is still a lot of catching up to do.

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Melanie Prüser
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Interview: Digitization in hospitals: not just an end in itself, but a transformer
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Digitization in hospitals: not just an end in itself, but a transformer

Interview – DIGITAL HEALTH

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The course urgently needs to be charted to make healthcare secure for the future. The Asklepios Trend Report, which was published for the first time this summer, highlights the key developments that will shape our healthcare system for the foreseeable future. Digitalization plays a key role in this as confirmed by a patient study also commissioned by the group.
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Digitization in hospitals: not just an end in itself, but a transformer
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CALM-QE: Personalized diagnostics in asthma and COPD

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DIGITAL HEALTH

The MHH Children's Hospital is participating in a nationwide project to better predict individual disease courses in non-infectious lung diseases using standardised data from health care and environmental data.
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Cure Xchange Challenge: initiative to incubate innovations by healthcare start-ups

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Cure, a healthcare innovation campus in New York City, has opened applications for its Cure Xchange Challenge, a bold initiative to incubate innovations by healthcare start-ups and entrepreneurs across disciplines and sectors to responsibly and equitably use artificial intelligence (AI) in health.
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Sustainability: What is the carbon footprint of a hospital bed?

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Researchers from the University of Waterloo completed the first-ever assessment of a Canadian hospital to reveal its total environmental footprint and specific carbon emission hotspots.
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Cellular cartography: sizes and abundance revealed

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LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

An international team of scientists has created the first comprehensive index of human cells, mapping the sizes and abundance of all cell types across the entire body.
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Autism: brain organoid shows genetic bases

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LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

Technology, developed by researchers from the Knoblich group at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Treutlein group at ETH Zurich, permits the identification of vulnerable cell types and gene regulatory networks that underlie autism spectrum disorders.
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MED TECH & DEVICES, Company News

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IMed Consultancy launches new UKRP-focused website for business wanting to launch medical devices in the UK

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IMed Consultancy releases guide to Market Entry looking at the EU, the UK and the USA

IMed Consultancy Ltd

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IMed Consultancy explores the pros and cons of the regulatory scenario in key international markets within a changing regulatory environment  Oxford, August 31st, 2023 – IMed Consultancy, a...
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