Dull, ailing faces of patients and long queues used to be common sights in a hospital or a clinic in the recent past. With rising consumerism and technological innovations, the global healthcare sector is changing rapidly.
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.
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?