There are plenty of discussions on how blockchain technology can transform the healthcare industry. In fact, the IMT team has collated most of the potential use cases for blockchain in the medical field.
Injuries are part of life, and a risk for anyone who plays sport or exercises. It doesn’t matter if you’re an elite athlete or a part time gym user, all it takes is an unfortunate fall or wrong movement, and you can be on the sidelines for an extended period of time.
The Internet of Medical Things are the medical devices and applications that are connected through a network to collect and share data with the healthcare systems.
As technology continues to advance and become cheaper and more accessible, its uses are increasingly benefiting human workers in the healthcare industry.
There is a lot of talk about the possibilities of using blockchain in healthcare, but what is actually being done? Find out on 10th October 2018.
Deep-dive into the Longevity Industry reveals how AI, deep learning tech and science are inspiring fight against aging, and disrupting healthcare.
From disease management to insurance, Google is betting big on using AI to reshape $3 trillion healthcare industry.
We are very excited to invite you to the ‘Infusion Day’ Hackathon we have been working on with Roche Products Limited. We’re looking for 6 teams to develop solutions that could address the challenges facing healthcare today… do you think you have the ideas, innovation and creativity to compete and try to win £5,000 as a team?
Blockchain is the industry buzzword you hear every other minute. How exactly does it help a patient in having better healthcare?
The healthcare gamification market is set to derive maximum revenue via enterprise applications over 2017-2024; China is likely to push the regional demand.
Using big data tools, large amounts of clinical and genomic data can be analysed to improve personalised care and significantly reduce healthcare costs.
Discover how to hire mobile app developers with the right skill set for your project, where to look for them and what questions to ask if you don’t want to.
How A Simple Blood Test Can Detect Eight Types of Cancer
The most frequent way in which cancers are detected is by obtaining biopsies of cells, and examining potential cancerous tissue under a microscope.
Technological advances mean humans might soon surpass previous limitations of our brains and bodies. Here are 13 transformations we may see in the next decade.
For all the media excitement around the potential of digital healthcare, the simple fact is it is far harder than it should be for tech companies to gain traction with healthcare and pharmaceutical organisations.
Online Master Class on The Digital Health Landscape & Trends on Feb 22nd 7.00 – 8.00 pm (GMT). We will cover the background of digital health, the current ecosystem and the emerging trends.
Due to its effectiveness and expanding applications in psychiatry, VR is fast emerging as a new powerful tool in treating a range of anxiety disorders.
3 dimensional or 3D bioprinting of human tissues and organs has been continuously evolving since the early 21st Century.
By visualizing 2D medical images in 3D, Virtual Reality (VR)/Augmented Reality (AR) software platforms are helping surgeons operate better.
In the future, it is likely that every surgeon will be accompanied by a robotic assistant making operations safer, faster and more hygienic.
The healthcare sector is in the midst of a robotic revolution that will prove crucial in an age of austerity, ageing and expanding populations, and medical staff shortages.
So, how is blockchain being used to solve problems in healthcare? What are the benefits and pitfalls of applying blockchain to healthcare?
This is a list and description of white papers that investigate the relationship between blockchain technology and its use in health IT and/or health-related research from the cryptography and underlying fundamentals of blockchain technology, to recommendations for blockchain implementation.
Indian healthcare is on the verge of digital transformation, bringing unlimited digital health opportunities with it.
We are happy to announce that Dr Cristina De Juan, CEO and Founder of IMT Innovation, attended the 8th annual Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2017 at Hyderabad, India.