PatientSource Solutions eliminates manual data collection at Ichilov Hospital
A new electronic Patient Record (EPR) solution at Israel’s Ichilov Hospital has reduced doctors’ time from six minutes to six seconds to access patient data per appointment.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) Selected UK vendors The source of the patient Creating a cloud-based solution, which integrates with the hospital’s IT system, allows the transfer of paper medical records to a digital hub.
Anat Lewenstein, director of ophthalmology at Ichilov Hospital, said: “Thanks to Patient Source, doctors can make informed decisions in real time, significantly improving the patient’s experience in the hospital and reducing the risk of human error – which is inevitable when data is handled manually. “
Florence has raised 28.5M to expand the social care stuffing app
Inventor of UK-based technology for social care Florence Roo Capital and existing supporter SEEK Investments have announced an increase of £ 28.5 million through a series B funding round led by Axa Venture Partners.
Florence’s free app connects nurses to open shifts and provides intuitive rota and e-learning tools to caregivers.
The investment will be used to expand services in the UK and multiple international markets to support care and to expand Florence’s services beyond the care of the elderly.
Dr Charles Armitage, co-founder of Florence, said: “With an increased opportunity, we are positive that we can help revolutionize care at a faster pace than ever before.”
The Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust will launch a new patient portal
Irish Healthtech Firm Olola Birmingham Community Healthcare (BCHC) has been selected by the NHS Foundation Trust to provide its patient portal platform.
The new platform will enable patients to view aspects of their medical records, manage appointments, fill out online forms and access educational resources.
Sonia Niri, CEO and co-founder, Wellola, said: “The Wellola portal has already been deployed to many public and private healthcare organizations in the UK and Ireland, giving patients access to both primary and secondary care services through an integrated platform. To secure another NHS trust. “
In 2021, ransomware attacks on healthcare companies increased by 94%
A report from the Global Cyber Security Firm Sophos Ransomware attacks on healthcare companies have increased by 94%
According to State of Ransomware in Healthcare 202266% of the healthcare agencies surveyed in 2021 were affected, compared to 34% in 2020.
However, survey data show that healthcare companies are getting better at dealing with ransomware attacks, with 99% of cybercriminals recovering at least some data after encrypting.
John Shearer, a senior security expert at Sophos, said: “The data that healthcare companies use is extremely sensitive and valuable, which makes it very attractive to attackers.”
Missing racial information could hinder action on health inequality
According to one, health information that lacks racial information can take action against discrimination Analysis published in the journal Nature.
It adds that the lack of data in the study could mean that participants will be evaluated for their unrepresentative interventions, such as in clinical trials for COVID-19 that have failed to record or report results racially.
Analysis, by Ruten, Akbari, Banerjee etc.Ethnicity data are needed to plan health, social care and public health services to ensure that they are “culturally appropriate, to allocate resources equitably and to evaluate policy impacts, minimizing outcomes for ultimate goals.”“