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The Internet of Health: NHS 'could save money and lives with smart devices'

Acqueon calls for the adoption of connected pill boxes to help NHS improve patient care and reduce costs

Collaboration will be ‘game changer’ in delivering cell and gene therapies to patients

Collaboration between the pharmaceutical industry, patients and health regulators will be a ‘game changer’ in delivering exciting new cell and gene...

Insulin pumps no more effective than daily injections, research finds

REPOSE trial led by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Sheffield discovers barriers to successful diabetes con...

Ready to inject extra reliability

The use of prefillable syringe systems (PFS) is growing, but the concept has room for improvement. Tibor Hlobik, associate director, marketing for...

Western Trust first UK hospital to apply Dolphin Quality Assurance System for radiation therapy

System for efficient and safe radiation therapy has been clinically implemented in the hospital’s high-quality cancer treatment programme in London...

NICE acknowledges Smartinhaler can improve adherence to asthma medication

Smartinhaler technology more effective than current practice in asthma medication adherence

Adherium granted key technology patent in US

This US patent is the first to be issued in a planned suite of patents related to medication adherence monitoring devices that include an optical d...

Innovative new medical devices come under the spotlight

NICE publishes five new Medtech Innovation Briefings

Researchers improve quality of care for young cancer patients

Innovation enables Hickman Lines, or central line catheters, to be safely hidden away while still delivering medication to children

Warning over faulty syringe pump devices

Incorrectly-designed mains leads could cause interruption or delay in therapy, regulator warns