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Essex-based Provide Community utilises RealWear smart glasses
Last week
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digital transformation
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smart glasses
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telemedicine
Essex-based company Provide Community successfully adopts RealWear's Navigator 500 smart glasses, enhancing service provision and learning experiences for its podiatry team.
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AI app accurately detects laryngeal cancer using voice data
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5g
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ai
A revolutionary AI application uses sound data to detect laryngeal cancer with 80% accuracy, marking a breakthrough in cancer diagnosis tech.
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Cognizant leads life sciences digital services, says Everest
Fri, 25th Nov 2022
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it in healthcare
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ai
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cognizant
The report highlights Cognizant’s partnerships, acquisitions and talent investment as keys to delivering expertise, offerings, and success for clients.
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3 ways AI is scaling helpful technologies worldwide: Google
Wed, 9th Nov 2022
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ai
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telemedicine
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climate change
Decades of research have led to rapid progress in AI. Google has announced three new ways people are poised to benefit.
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BetterConsult, HealthShare’s pre-consultation tool, is live
Fri, 28th Oct 2022
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it in healthcare
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telemedicine
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mental health
HealthShare has launched the country's first pre-consultation tool, BetterConsult, innovating traditional medical appointments by reducing GP admin.
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Health app to track Kiwis' diabetes medication
Wed, 3rd Jul 2019
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it in healthcare
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telemedicine
NZ diabetes spike prompts trials for app-led medicine adherence.
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Chatham Islands gain satellite telemedicine
Tue, 27th Oct 2015
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vivid solutions
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telehealth
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telemedicine
Telemedicine arrives at the Chatham Islands offering residents urgent and specialist care without leaving home - potentially reducing costly airlifts.
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Can Telehealth shape the future of medical treatment?
Thu, 13th Sep 2012
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telehealth
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us
The provision of healthcare services and information by telecommunication methods could hold the potential to change the way we receive medical care.