The future of MedTech explored by healthcare and technology leaders at summit. Professor Sir John Tooke, was the keynote speaker for the day alongside a panel and host Kosta Mavroulakis (Founder and CEO, Empact Ventures)
Outdated healthcare technology is potentially leaving lives at risk, following a year in which COVID-19 has put more strain on industry workers than ever before.
What does the future look like for health and social care? How will this change the ways in which care is delivered? And, crucially, what impact will this have on patients?
Maurice Coyle, Chief Data Scientist at Truata reveals why data science is saving lives, and why we need to move forward with genuine anonymised patient data to continue developing the future of healthcare.
Big Data has massive applications in the healthcare industry. It has proven itself in increasing the efficiency of the healthcare professionals while improving the quality of treatment and satisfaction of the patients.
Improving Cybersecurity in the Medical Industry is desperately needed. As much as £5.6 billion is lost of every year to data breaches.
The commitment increases British Patient Capital’s exposure to life sciences and health technology, building on a commitment to the Dementia Discovery Fund in 2018.
Agamon is well-positioned to drive the world’s next wave of healthcare innovation, one clinical text at a time.
With Google’s AI system recently demonstrating that it can accurately diagnose 26 skin conditions to the same accuracy as US board-certified dermatologists, there is an increasing buzz around the potential of AI in automation.
Just when you think MIT had developed everything achievable with modern technology they announce yet another innovation to change the face of medicine and healthcare
The NHS looks to AI for the future of healthcare, establishing an AI lab with new funding
When we think of applying technology for good, developing assistive tech should be first in line. These innovators are all pushing the boundaries of tech.
VR is in its infancy, but some companies are developing exciting uses for it. The future of healthcare looks set to be a driving force behind VR development.