How do EMEA countries compare in digital health technology adoption?
A new study examines the role of digital technology in health systems across countries and explores success factors and areas that need improvement. The role of digital technologies in health systems has deep roots: from the early development of structured medical records through to telemedicine, which was so vital in continuing healthcare operations during the … Continued
Collaborations and quality control shape future nursing curriculum
The experiences of nursing students who found themselves in the frontline of pandemic care are defining a new era in nursing education. The COVID-19 pandemic put healthcare workers, amongst others, under untold pressure as they helped care for those in need. Many nursing students found themselves on the front line of care, at a very … Continued
Collaborating to innovate: Vaccine traceability
Identifying, tracking and reconciling vaccines with standards-based traceability systems across Ireland is making the COVID-19 vaccine rollout safer and more efficient. As COVID-19 vaccines became available, the Health Service Executive (HSE) needed an efficient and effective way of receiving, tracking and reporting vaccinations across more than 40 centralised vaccination clinics (CVCs) in Ireland. It was … Continued
Protected: Developing health infrastructure that supports clinical trials and health research
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Future of Healthcare Q1 2022
The future of healthcare must focus on new models and priorities
As we emerge from the pandemic, we must watch emerging healthcare trends closely and their potential impact across the globe. Around the world, the status quo is shifting – mounting consumer expectations, and widespread staffing shortages and burnout continue to make headlines. The healthcare sector’s time, resources and attention have been dominated by an ongoing global … Continued