13.02.2020Digital transformation also impacts the way hospitals archive medical data. Medical file cabinets no longer fill entire rooms, making it challenging to locate a specific patient file. These days, healthcare facilities use modern interoperable patient data archiving solutions instead. Archivar 4.0 offers an intelligent system for medical record storage.
06.02.2020Digitization opens up exciting new possibilities in medical care and diagnostic processes. It can relieve the burden on medical personnel and smartly link and analyze large amounts of data.
30.01.2020Most seniors and people in need of care wish to continue living in their own homes for as long as possible. But this makes it difficult to check their health status. For older adults, a fall often means the end of living an independent life. To facilitate early detection of these and other critical scenarios and to prevent hospital stays, Philips has developed an AI-based medical alert system.
23.01.2020Artificial Intelligence serves the precise diagnosis of diseases, simplifies operations, enables telemedicine. However, not only diseases, but also chronical wounds have to be treated by different physicians over a long period of time. This is where the Italian start-up Omnidermal Biomedics comes in with a noninvasive AI-based innovation.
09.01.2020First there were smart lawn mowers and smart vacuum cleaners. Now there are smart assistants and even robotic caregivers. It makes you wonder how much support we should expect in our homes from robots when we are older and need more help. And what type of support will it be? The Home Care Robot by medisana GmbH has given us a first glimpse of our robot-assisted future at MEDICA 2019.
19.12.2019Technogym, international supplier of technology and design driven products and services in the Wellness and Fitness industry, knows that physical exercise can help prevent and treat numerous illnesses. For this reason, the company has been working for the international "Exercise is Medicine" initiative since 2010. Find out more in this interview.
04.11.2019One of the biggest and most common healthcare-related misconceptions is that new technologies, such as robots and artificial intelligence (AI), destroy jobs and replace highly skilled professionals. In reality, their main purpose is simply to aid doctors and healthcare workers in the future. Dr. Heinz-Wilhelm Esser wants to clear up this common misconception.