Medicare: Drop in Mortality, Hospitalisation and Costs
During 1999-2013, all-cause mortality and hospitalisation rates, along with inpatient expenditure per death, decreased for U.S. Medicare beneficiaries... Read more
Interprofessional Competence Acquisition in Times of VUCA
The Shortage of Health Professionals Worldwide – A Modern Human Resources Management Challenge
What We Have Learnt from AI Development – Can it Be a Feedback in Our Daily Routines?
Winter is coming. And with it, the dreaded cold and flu season that can knock you off your feet for days or weeks. If you shudder at the thought of having to fight off yet another nasty cold this year, it's time to take proactive steps to boost your immune system's defences. A robust immune system acts as your body's protective... Read more
While many peptides currently available for research exhibit the potential to stimulate growth hormone secretion from the anterior pituitary gland, studies suggest Mots-c may exhibit a distinct mechanism of action. Today, our focus lies in discussing this particular peptide. Mots-c refers to mitochondrial-derived peptides, small bioactive... Read more
The World Economic Forum speculates the world could be short 13 million nurses by 2030. There are various reasons for this, with exhaustion, burnout and mistreatment ranking the top three. The COVID-19 pandemic also played a role in this figure, with an estimated 115,000 deaths in the worldwide workforce of healthcare workers. To... Read more
2023 07 Jul
Boost learning with a simulated hands-on experience for your medical equipment Can hands-on training with medical equipment be improved? With medical technologies and standards of care constantly changing, healthcare professionals must commit to lifelong learning to stay current. Well-trained staff can provide high-quality care more efficiently,... Read more
2023 07 Jul
Boost your organizational outcomes with smart skilling and staffing solutions Can the workforce dilemma be solved? The staffing shortage in the healthcare industry is nothing new. It has been gradually ongoing for the past years. And it is rather getting worse. The World Health Organization predicts a shortfall of 15 million health workers... Read more
2023 06 Jun
For businesses to thrive, their employees must also thrive. This is true in terms of both productivity and health. In 2021-2022 in the UK, a vast 1.8 million people suffered from a work-related illness — a total of 36.8 million days of work lost. By prioritising healthy work habits, businesses can significantly increase productivity and reduce these... Read more
2022 29 Apr
Dr Bruno De Peuter, Head of Medical Imaging and Musculoskeletal Radiology Specialist at Belgian hospital Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg, explains how the hospital transformed itself into a modern, well-respected, tertiary care centre. Over the past few decades, the medical imaging department at Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg (ZOL) has experienced... Read more
2021 26 Nov
The delivery of high-quality healthcare and the effective treatment of acute and chronic illnesses cannot be achieved without drugs with high efficacy and safety and with laboratories working in the background to undertake basic research and understand the processes behind diseases, mechanism of action of different molecules and presentation of symptoms... Read more
2021 26 Nov
Prof Paul Timmers at the University of Oxford and European University Cyprus speaks about the importance of protecting European interests and sovereignty in health data innovation. Key Points Protecting health data as digital assets is vital for safeguarding European sovereignty. National health innovation policies should... Read more
2021 26 Nov
Dr Renato Cuocolo, radiologist and research fellow at the University of Naples ‘Federico II’, recently spoke at the 2021 European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics (EuSoMII) Annual Meeting about the challenges in assessing research quality in radiomics. Given radiomics’ transformative potential for medical imaging, HealthManagement.org met... Read more
2021 26 Nov
An overview of the types of errors in clinical laboratories and how the integration of eHealth approaches in routine practice could help reduce them. Key Points At the practice level of morphology, errors can have a major adverse impact on patient care. There are different types of errors that can occur in a clinical laboratory. These... Read more
Electronic clinical handover: a simple solution to a complex problem
A simple solution to a complex problem. Implementing electronic clinic Read more
The Knowledge Model and Enabling Artificial Intelligence
The purpose of this paper is to provide a growth path to AI development.... Read more
Introducing Hospitalisation@ Home - Analysed Using the MAFEIP Tool
This article explains how the MAFEIP tool helped project partners assess... Read more
The HAMILTON-MR1 has been especially developed for the MRI suite. The ICU ventilator combines reliability, compact size, and high performance with patient-adaptive modes that support advanced lung-protective strategies. It is the ideal choice for transporting...
The HAMILTON-T1 is the first transport ventilator that combines the functionality of a fully featured ICU ventilator with the compactness and ruggedness required for transport. This combination enables you to provide optimal ventilation therapy to all...
The uMR Omega™ is designed to break traditional boundaries without compromise. Regardless of the sizes of patients, the revolutionary 75cm, ultra-wide bore could better address patients' condition, greatly boosting your clinical confidence and broadening...