Decision Support

Evaluating AI-Supported CDS Systems with Real-World Evidence

A new analysis from the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy details the data elements that real-world data (RWD) sources need... Read more

CDS Improves Cardiovascular Health in Patients with Mental Health Disorders

In a study appearing in JAMA Network Open , researchers found that primary care clinicians can significantly lower cardiovascular... Read more

Clinical Decision Support Improve Pneumonia Outcomes

A study published in the  American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine  found that using a clinical decision support (CDS)... Read more

Women's Health

Foetal Brain Development Impacted by Maternal Stress During COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic created many disruptions to everyday life, including disruptions in essential health services. To reduce... Read more

RSNA 2022: Hologic to Present Innovative Technology Advancements in Women’s Health

Hologic will present four medical educational sessions at the Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society... Read more

Hologic’s 3Dimensions™ System for 3D Mammography Receives EUREF Type Test Certification

3Dimensions System Earns Distinction for Meeting or Exceeding  Rigorous European Image Quality and Dose Standards Hologic... Read more

Enterprise Imaging

PACS Tool Monitors Learning Opportunities and Callbacks

According to a recent study published in  Current Problems in Diagnostic Radiology , researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital... Read more

Join Agfa HealthCare at RSNA 2021 – Redefining Radiology

Join Agfa HealthCare at RSNA 2021 – Redefining Radiology

Agfa HealthCare will be participating at RSNA 2021, November 28th-December 2nd in Chicago, IL, USA.   Agfa HealthCare is committed... Read more

Enterprise Imaging and PACS Systems Trends

Radiology enterprise imaging platforms and picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) have evolved to facilitate workflows. Specifically,... Read more


Remote Ischaemic Conditioning in Septic Shock

Septic shock is one of the most severe complications of any infection. It affects millions of people each year. Studies show... Read more

Abionic Webinar – Guiding Clinical Care Using Pancreatic Stone Protein

The role of Point-of-Care Testing in the Early Identification and Management of Sepsis   Introduction & Welcome On September... Read more

World Sepsis Day

The Global Sepsis Alliance (GSA) and the Sepsis Stiftung joined together to celebrate 10 years of World Sepsis Day on 16 September... Read more


World Diabetes Day: Increase Diabetes Prevention and Care

Established in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation, World Diabetes Day aims to raise awareness of this disease to achieve... Read more

Urgent Policy Action Needed to Promote Physical Activity

A recent report published by the World Health Organization revealed that countries are not doing enough to encourage their populations... Read more

Telemedicine-Driven Programme Fast-Tracks Fertility Treatment

Penn Medicine recently launched a telemedicine driven programme which allows patients to start their treatment faster. The programme,... Read more

ICU and Emergency

#LIVES2022: Extubation Strategies in Neuro-Intensive Care Unit Patients

Findings from the Extubation strategies and in Neuro-Intensive care unit patients and associations with Outcomes (ENIO) study... Read more

#LIVES2022: High-Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygen vs Standard Oxygen Therapy - SOHO-COVID

At the Presidents' Ground Breaking Research Release session at ESICM LIVES 2022 in Paris, Jean-Pierre Frat (Poitiers, France)... Read more

Ten Areas to Help Retain Critical Care Nurses

The shortage of nurses in the ICU has been a problem for several years. However, the issue has become an even bigger problem... Read more

Radiology and Imaging

Researchers Attempt Robotic Heart Surgery Inside MRI

A team of researchers at Case Western Reserve University rec eived a four-year $3.7 million National Institutes of Health grant... Read more

Researchers Awarded Funding to Develop Affordable 3D Ultrasound Imaging Device

A team of researchers at the Beckman Institute received a four-year $2M award in funding from the National Institutes of Health... Read more

Benefits of Risk-Based Breast Cancer Screening Is Yet to Be Determined

The Austrian Health Insurance Fund (ÖGK) and the Medical Association are considering changing the present breast cancer screening... Read more

Healthcare IT

AI-Related Competencies Outlined for Health Professionals

A recent report outlines AI-related clinical competencies for healthcare professionals in aim of establishing how they can best... Read more

AI-enabled Imaging of Retina Can Specify Heart Disease Risk

A recent study demonstrated that AI-enabled imaging of the retina’s network of veins and arteries can accurately predict the... Read more

Blood Oxygen Levels Can Be Measured at Home Using a Smartphone

Researchers from the University of Washington and University of California San Diego have shown that smartphones are capable... Read more


COVID-19 Increases Type 1 Diabetes Diagnosis in Youth

According to a study that analysed electronic health records (EHRs) of more than 1 million patients ages 18 and younger, children... Read more

PURE Study: Risk Factors for Heart Disease Similar in Men and Women

Findings from a large international study show that men and women share most of the same risk factors for cardiovascular disease... Read more

Impact of Daily Calorie Distribution

The old saying that one must “breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dine like a pauper” is based on the belief that... Read more