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09 Dec 2022 - 11 Dec 2022

Health IT

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Electronic Health Records May Be Key to Improving Patient Care, Study Finds

A recent study highlights how the use of electronic health records have resulted in better quality of care – which can direct the next steps of government programs to ensure hospitals use electronic health records in a way that promotes interoperability. More...
21 Sep 2022
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Wearable Health Tech Could Measure Gases Released From Skin to Monitor Metabolic Diseases

Most research on measuring human biomarkers, which are measures of a body’s health, rely on electrical signals to sense the chemicals excreted in sweat. Now, a new study suggests that a wearable sensor may be able to monitor the body’s health by detecting the gases released from a person’s skin. More...
02 May 2022
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AI Trained for Specific Vocal Biomarkers Could Accurately Predict Coronary Artery Disease

Earlier studies have examined the use of voice analysis for identifying voice markers associated with coronary artery disease (CAD) and heart failure. Other research groups have explored the use of similar technology for a range of disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and COVID-19. Now, for the first time, researchers have used voice analysis to predict CAD outcomes in patients who were tracked prospectively after an initial screening. More...
28 Mar 2022
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AI-Based Method Predicts Atrial Fibrillation Risk Based on ECG Results

Investigators have developed and tested an artificial intelligence (AI)-based method for predicting an individual’s five-year risk of developing atrial fibrillation, or an irregular heartbeat, from electrocardiogram results. More...
24 Nov 2021
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World’s First Digital Human Organism Introduced at MEDICA 2021

AIBODY.IO LTD. (London, UK) unveiled the world's first complete digital human organism which can simulate virtually any medical condition or treatment at MEDICA 2021. More...
16 Nov 2021
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First-Ever AI Test for Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s to Be Expanded to Diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease

A new partnership will accelerate development of the industry’s first predictive device for Alzheimer’s Disease to be expanded to diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. More...
05 Nov 2021
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AI Tool Combines Lung Screening CT with Clinical Data to Predict Lung Cancer without Radiologist Assistance

A new artificial intelligence (AI)-based model that combines lung screening computed tomography (CT) information with clinical data has been shown to better predict lung cancer without the need for manual reading. More...
28 Oct 2021


The Health IT channel of HospiMedica informs about healthcare information technology for hospitals, clinics, and private practice. Among the subjects covered are electronic medical record environments, document management, HIS, RIS, PACS, LIM, and others.
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