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Digital human resource management

Dear Sir or Madam,

Is healthcare threatened by a staff exodus? The employees there had to bear one of the biggest burdens in the corona pandemic during the past months. But jobs in healthcare did not have the best image before the pandemic already: too much work and responsibility for relatively small pay. Employers in healthcare should prepare better for staff shortages by digitizing their human resource management. Read more in our Topic of the Month.

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Timo Roth
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

Table of Contents

Topic of the Month: Digital HR management
Interview: Photon Counting CT
Review MEDICA 2021: Long Covid in sports
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Digital HR management – Help against skilled worker shortage

Topic of the Month

Image: Female physician is sitting at a desk in front of a laptop and is taking a note; Copyright: PantherMedia/undrey
Qualified staff is the most valuable resource in the healthcare sector. But this resource is threatened because it is under extreme strain – not only since the Corona pandemic but for many years already. Healthcare facilities could experience a dramatic aggravation of the skilled worker shortage in the coming years because of this.
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Digital HR management – Help against skilled worker shortage
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Long COVID: It also affects competitive sports

Review of MEDICA 2021

Image: A man and a woman behind a speaker’s desk – Prof. Jürgen Steinacker, Lena Mikulic; Copyright: Messe Düsseldorf
People who have "recovered" from COVID-19 are not always fully "cured". Some patients continue to struggle with complications long after they became initially infected. The term "long COVID" is used to describe signs and symptoms that continue or develop after acute COVID-19, though it remains a poorly defined, complex syndrome. It was also an issue that was addressed at the MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE.
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Long COVID: It also affects competitive sports
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Computed tomography: Digital signals with photon-counting CT

Interview

Image: CT scan of the abdomen with two red markers; Copyright: PantherMedia/stockdevil_666
Does medicine get digital when we scan in diagnostic findings and digitize them in the process? It obviously is more efficient to record data directly in digital form, but not all diagnostic tools have this option. Computed tomography has now made enormous progress in this area: Unlike conventional CT technology, the new photon-counting CT directly creates digital image data.
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Computed tomography: Digital signals with photon-counting CT
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