Seren Jenkins, 19, is using her experiences to help others losing confidence after cancer treatment.
Seren Jenkins, 19, is using her experiences to help others losing confidence after cancer treatment.
Diagnosed at 18-years-old, Crystal has joined the Teenage Cancer Trust #stillme campaign to inspire others.
The singer and actress is battling breast cancer for the third time, after being told it's stage four.
The health system will pilot new software from the startup, which makes cloud-based predictive tools aimed at the emergency department.
The industry already has seen some startups working with social determinants of health. Their number will only increase as healthcare moves to value-based care and needs more data.
Analytics solutions have been very effective toward improving clinical, financial and operational performance at healthcare organizations, according to a HIMSS Analytics and [...]
New research funded by the government of Japan looks at the potential of collaboration for Japan and the UK to help reduce pressures on healthcare through the use of digital technology.
Last year, the Royal College of Surgeons found that NHS hospital trusts in England owned more than 8,200 fax machines, prompting the health secretary to order a complete phase-out by the end of [...]
The actress shares her experiences on Twitter about what she describes as an "unwelcome visitor".
UKCloud Health launches ‘Transformation Accelerator’ in partnership with Shaping Cloud, using multi-cloud and trusted expertise to reduce cost and risk of digitalisation. London [...]
An authoritative new report from Orange Business Services subsidiary, Enovacom, highlights the importance of interoperability of systems in reliable healthcare data exchange and showcases some of [...]
The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) today announced the upgrade of My Health Record (MHR), an online, electronic summary of one’s key health information, with enhanced clinical [...]
“Patient-driven care also benefits clinicians – they will be able to use their time more efficiently since contextually relevant information will be presented to them,” said Dr [...]
Thousands of women are dying needlessly because of delays in diagnosis and poor care, a report says.
Researchers wants to find out how much social media, genetics and the environment impact on young people's mental health.
The UK's chief fire officer acknowledges his colleagues have a higher than average rate of cancer.
Matt Hancock says there is "absolute clarity" on the science and not being immunised puts others at risk.
CVS pharmacies become the latest to withdraw Zantac, a drug being investigated for cancer links.
Shannon Heagren has been told her 17-month-old son Grayson needs a transplant before he is two.
Ministers unveil plans for 40 new hospitals and a new mental health pilot for 12 areas of England.
Lilly Kendall had been planning her funeral aged 11 - before an organ donor saved her life.
An "extraordinary transformation" is how doctors describe therapies for advanced melanoma.
Meet the people who say Pokemon Go has helped them combat depression and social anxiety.
Boston's Massachusetts General Hospital is one of many across the country adding sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) information to its clinical systems.
During National Health IT Week, three experts put the focus on how digital technologies and smart care approaches are already transforming population health and helping address social determinants.
The customizable DynamikAnalytix technology from Clinical Cyber Defense System aims to tackle a central challenge for cybersecurity: getting non-technical leaders such as CMIOs and CEOs engaged [...]
Rebecca Patterson was in surgery for 11-and-a-half hours while the operation took place.
Paige Hart, from Nottingham, calls for the smear test age to be lowered.
A mother explains how her newborn son died from sepsis after complications during pregnancy.
New options are emerging to help healthcare organisations move away from the typical methods employed to ensure their staff feel confident to use EHR systems, which often result in [...]
A report highlights new transport routes, support for care homes and doubts over the size of the medicines stockpile as concerns.
Many people diagnosed with dementia are capable of continuing to work for years – but employers often don’t realise it.
The new guidances are intended to provide clarity on which products are or are not subject to regulatory enforcement, and to bring the agency’s efforts into compliance with provisions of [...]
The massive undertaking, based around a new cost accounting system, is all part of a strategy to prepare for value-based reimbursement.
InterSystems underlines its ongoing commitment to drive collaboration and provide interoperable systems for joined up health and care.
The Omnibus Burden Reduction and Discharge Planning rules both aim to reduce red tape and enable transparency, says Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Seema Verma.
Company commemorates a quarter of a century of supporting organisations to consolidate, store, protect and share dataASHTEAD, UK – 26 September 2019 – BridgeHead Software, a leader in [...]
World’s leading experts gather in Seville to discuss the fastest growing health epidemic in Europe now affecting 1 in 4 people.26 September 2019 – Seville, Spain The Non-Alcoholic [...]
The doctors, nurses and midwives say their consciences will not allow them to stay silent on the issue.
Research shows the amount of alcohol bought by Scots falls 7.6% after introducing of new drink laws.
Erenumab is the first drug specifically designed for preventing migraines.
Can lying about a vasectomy, an STI test or being on the pill make someone guilty of a sexual offence?
Providers nationwide need to make an organizational commitment to addressing social needs and health disparities, says the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine – and [...]
The Health Center Controlled Network’s member organizations serve a disproportionate number of low-income and underrepresented patients, so social determinants of health data is an [...]
Healthcare Financial Management Association survey finds practices still focusing on IT capabilities to drive RCM benefits, particularly in the areas of revenue integrity.
The e-cigarette firm will pull all US advertising as chief executive Kevin Burns steps down.
Political leadership and rigorous execution are vital
Move is latest example of company experimenting on how to improve service and cut costs
Organization’s chief discusses these issues in advance of a free informational teleconference September 26 as part of National Health IT Week.
At Health 2.0, HHS Chief Data Officer Mona Siddiqui spotlighted recent efforts, including some cloud-based dynamic data and mapping tools, to link far-flung data for better public health.
Hôpitaux Robert Schumain and Hanalytics Sàrl have signed a MoU to set up the BioMind diagnostic support system.
Chief information security officers might not consider it a badge of honor to have presided over a data breach. But many organizations are prioritizing hiring CISOs with experience in managing them.
An interview with Katie Trott, chief nursing information officer at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
Last week, GE Healthcare officially launched the Edison AI platform in Shanghai, China at its Digital Ecosystem Forum event. GE also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) of strategic [...]
Up to 10 patients a day are using an in-house solution to book their outpatient appointments online with Hutt Valley District Health Board (DHB). uBook is a referral management centre developed [...]
The trouble with analysing care providers is that no two facilities are alike
A report by psychologists says seeing obesity as a moral failing only makes things worse.
What patients want from a healthcare provider is surprisingly uncomplicated. They want convenience. They want quality care. And they want empathy at a scary time in their lives.
An alphabet soup of healthcare stakeholders, including AHIMA, CHIME, MGMA and others, want the Senate HELP Committee to ensure the proposed regs serve the "needs of patients and those who deliver [...]
One cybersecurity expert offers his perspective on the changing threat landscape faced by CIOs and CISOs, and gives some tips for more effective threat detection and response.
Plans are hampered by current CMS policy and provider coding that often does not reflect social needs, Urban Institute report says.
Cerner will add Simplee's financial engagement platform to its revenue cycle portfolio and incorporate its billing tools into its consumer-facing technology
The drugs can attack a range of cancers, rather than those in just one part of the body.
For its 13th annual National Health IT Week, which kicks off today and runs through Sept. 27, HIMSS will be focusing on how public- and private-sector stakeholders can better align information [...]
Diversions are rare but the likelihood of encountering medical problems is an increasing concern
Experts believe the drug could have killed between 500 and 2,000 people before it was banned.
Three sisters are young carers for their mum who has MS and epilepsy.
Technology is helping to thwart the distribution of sham drugs in poorly regulated markets across the continent
More effort is needed to prevent the outflow of local clinical talent
21st century technology is helping close gaps in curing disease
Good health enables people to learn and earn, to start businesses and to thrive
The Minister of Health Malaysia, Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, in one of his remarks said, the Ministry of Health (MoH) is committed to ensure that the electronic medical record (EMR) system can [...]
Help with dressing, washing and meals will be paid for by the state in England, costing £6bn a year.
‘Medicare for All’ proposal risks alienating moderates ahead of 2020 election
A health influencer claims it helps to cure chronic illnesses. Doctors are far from convinced.
Parents of children with the condition flew 7,300 miles to buy a "life-saving" drug unavailable on the NHS in England.
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