Free Newsletter
Register for our Free Newsletters
Newsletter
Zones
Analysis, Inspection and Laboratory
LeftNav
Assisted/Independent Living
LeftNav
Clinical and Nursing Equipment
LeftNav
Design and Manufacture of Medical Equipment
LeftNav
Diagnostics Equipment, Monitoring and Test
LeftNav
Education, Training and Professional Services
LeftNav
Health Education and Patient Management
LeftNav
Health Estates Management
LeftNav
Healthcare Support and Information Services
LeftNav
Hygiene and Infection Control
LeftNav
IT and Communications in Healthcare
LeftNav
Materials
LeftNav
Medical Device Technology
LeftNav
Research and Development
LeftNav
Safety and Security
LeftNav
View All
Other Carouselweb publications
Carousel Web
Defense File
New Materials
Pro Health Zone
Pro Health Zone
Pro Security Zone
Web Lec
Pro Engineering Zone
 
 
Healthcare Support and Information Services
Simbionix USA unveils new training simulator for pelvic floor repairs
Training equipment and services : 29 April, 2011
Simbionix USA is introducing a new training simulator for pelvic floor repair which will be demonstrated for the first time at the ACOG 59th Annual Clinical Meeting in Washington, DC, USA, April 30- May 4, 2011.
 
Maket growth for EP mapping and ablation systems to be boosted by new AF tools
Market research : 18 April, 2011
Millennium Research Group (MRG), a medical technology market intelligence company, is reporting that the market for electrophysiology (EP) mapping and ablation systems will be supported by rapidly growing atrial fibrillation procedure volumes and increased adoption of premium-priced EP mapping and ablation devices.
 
NUH improves patient safety by deploying new workforce management system
Workforce management : 14 April, 2011
A new innovative IT solution, which has improved patient safety, transformed workforce planning and productivity and increased clinical governance, is delivering major benefits for Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH).
 
RCGP launches emergency care services learning tool
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 31 March, 2011
The Royal College of General Practitioners is launching a learning tool to support the quality of urgent and emergency care services for patients.
 
Brooklyn Hospital Center deploys Netpresenter software to manage internal news
Workforce management : 21 March, 2011
Brooklyn Hospital Center in New York is improving staff morale and cohesion by implementing Netpresenter software which is now used to manage internal news centrally.
 
UK Stem Cell Bank shares expertise with UMASS Human Stem Cell Bank
Government agencies and authorities : 17 March, 2011
The UK Stem Cell Bank based at the HPA's National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC) is planning to share stem cell expertise and technology with the Human Stem Cell Bank and Registry at the University of Massachusetts (UMASS) Medical School.
 
New transseptal puncture module helps trains electrophysiologists
Training equipment and services : 03 March, 2011
Simbionix USA is releasing the company’s new Transseptal Puncture Module for the ANGIO Mentor simulator.
 
Market study pinpoints growth markets in the surgical procedures sector
Market research : 16 February, 2011
The standout growth markets in the surgical procedures sector during the next five years are going to be dental implant, facial injectable, optical coherence tomography (OCT) catheter, spinal nonfusion implant, and percutaneous heart valve procedures in North America, according to a new report released by Medical technology market intelligence analyst, Millennium Research Group (MRG).
 
Market for pedicle screw-based dynamic stabilization systems faces contraction
Market research : 14 February, 2011
Millennium Research Group (MRG), the medical technology market intelligence analyst, reports that the market for pedicle screw-based dynamic stabilization systems will contract through to 2015 owing to the failure of Applied Spine Technologies to move forward with its anticipated spinal nonfusion product, Stabilimax.
 
HPA and ARHAI issue new guidance on tackling emerging antibiotic resistance
Government agencies and authorities : 03 February, 2011
The Health Protection Agency (HPA), in conjunction with the Advisory Committee on Antimicrobial Resistance and Healthcare Associated Infections (ARHAI), is offering new guidance to advise on the management of patients who are infected with bacteria resistant to carbapenem antibiotics.
 
Simbionix USA releases MentorLearn platform to improve simulator training
Training equipment and services : 03 February, 2011
Simbionix USA releases its new MentorLearn platform which now provides the optimal solution for managing all training and education needs for the Simbionix line of simulators.
 
RCGP snapshot survey highlights GP concerns relating to NHS reforms
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 02 February, 2011
More than half of GPs responding to a snapshot survey carried out by the RCGP are concerned that the proposed health reforms will not lead to improvements in care for patients.
 
SLaM launches treatment initiative for adolescents suffering anorexia nervosa
Health promotion : 01 February, 2011
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) is launching an innovative new intensive treatment programme for adolescents suffering from anorexia nervosa.
 
SLaM Psychosis Service plans patient management course for psychiatrists
Training equipment and services : 26 January, 2011
The national and specialist Psychosis Service of South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) is working with the Royal College of Psychiatrists Education and Training Committee to offer a one-day course for psychiatrists to improve their management of patients with severe psychosis.
 
PAVR and PMVR devices look set to enter US market in 2011
Market research : 21 January, 2011
A new report by market analyst, iData Research percutaneous aortic valve replacement (PAVR) and percutaneous mitral valve repair (PMVR) devices are expected to enter the US market in 2011 and grow to almost $1.3 billion by 2017.
 
Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics offers innovative competency-based learning
Training equipment and services : 13 January, 2011
Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics introduces Personalized Education Plan (PEP) which the company claims is the industry's first competency-based clinical laboratory education model focused exclusively on the individual.
 
MRG forecasts EVAR will become increasingly popular for AAA treatment
Market research : 13 January, 2011
Market intelligence specialist, Millennium Research Group (MRG), is forecasting that European physicians will increasingly adopt endovascular aortic repair (EVAR) in place of surgical repair for the treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAAs).
 
HPA pinpoints 140 per cent increase in CT examinations
Government agencies and authorities : 05 January, 2011
Research from the Health Protection Agency shows that greater use of X-rays over the last ten years, including a 140 per cent increase in CT examinations, has raised the annual radiation dose the UK public has received.
 
ABCD issues new guidance for diabetes care and and palliative care
Business development services : 29 December, 2010
The Association of British Clinical Diabetologists (ABCD) is issuing new guidance on how clinicians can best complement diabetes care and palliative care in a hospital, hospice or community setting.
 
RCGP to run Foundations for Effective Commissioning workshops in 2011
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 24 December, 2010
The RCGP Centre for Commissioning plans to run a series of practical workshops for GPs, practice and GP Consortia teams to be held across the country from January to April 2011.
 
On-line educational course supports GPs with their antibiotic prescribing for RTIs
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 20 December, 2010
The RCGP launches a new on-line educational course to support GPs with their antibiotic prescribing for Respiratory Tract Infections, developed in collaboration with the Health Protection Agency.
 
HPA shows cancer patients have a five-fold increased risk of developing listeria
Government agencies and authorities : 17 December, 2010
Research by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) shows that cancer patients have a five-fold increased risk of developing listeria than people with other underlying conditions - and that those with cancers of the blood have the greatest risk.
 
RCGP and RCR collaborate to identify scans that can provided through GPs
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 14 December, 2010
GPs and radiologists are joining forces in a bid to make more diagnostic scans available to patients through their GP, helping improve patient care and reducing delays in diagnosis and treatment.
 
New NHS Trusts sign up to MedeAnalytics’ UK Performance Network service
Information management : 10 December, 2010
Healthcare performance management solutions provider, MedeAnalytics signs up new NHS Trusts to MedeAnalytics’ UK Performance Network service.
 
Naidex Scotland aims to attract more than 3,500 visitors
Events organisations : 08 December, 2010
The Independent Living Scotland exhibition is being rebranded by event organizers, Emap Connect, to become Naidex Scotland.
 
SLaM's adult eating disorders team trials ECHO guided self-help intervention
Business development services : 08 December, 2010
The adult eating disorders team at South London and Maudsley (SLaM) NHS Foundation Trust, led by Prof Janet Treasure, recognises that, while parents and partners are the most important source of help for someone with anorexia nervosa, the pressures of caring can lead to the formation of damaging patterns of behaviour.
 
Naidex National targets spring independent living event in 2011
Events organisations : 30 November, 2010
Naidex National, (re-branded from Naidex Birmingham) is to take place on 5-7 April 2011 at Birmingham’s NEC and builds on its 36 years of success.
 
On-line sign language service helps to diagnose heart condition of a deaf patient
Translation services : 26 November, 2010
Dr Shaikh of the Peel Precinct Surgery in Carlton Vale London uses an on-line sign language service to diagnose the serious heart condition of a deaf patient.
 
Clinical information portal technology aims to replace paper case notes
Information management : 25 November, 2010
The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust completes a proof of concept (PoC) evaluation of its Clinical Information Portal.
 
RCGP teams with NHS Confederation to support GP commissioning consortia
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 24 November, 2010
The RCGP is working with the NHS Confederation to explore setting up a network to support and represent new GP commissioning consortia in England.
 
RCGP launches a Child Health Strategy to ensure clinical training standards
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 23 November, 2010
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) launches a Child Health Strategy to reassert the key central role of the GP in the care of children and young people.
 
RCGP Centre for Commissioning seeks Clinical Commissioning Champions
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 16 November, 2010
The RCGP Centre for Commissioning is calling for expressions of interest from leading GPs and practice managers to join the first group of Clinical Commissioning Champions (CCCs) to help develop and deliver the Centre’s training resources and support tools.
 
HPA releases radiation protection guidance for dentists using CBCT scanners
Government agencies and authorities : 10 November, 2010
The Health Protection Agency releases radiation protection guidance for dentists using certain new types of scanners.
 
MRI autism scan breakthrough wins NHS Innovation of the Year Award
Business development services : 05 November, 2010
SLaM’s Professor Declan Murphy and colleagues from King’s College London, led by Dr Christine Ecker, are winners of HEAL’s NHS Innovation of the Year Award for their MRI autism scan breakthrough.
 
Jobs4Medical reveals new-look website for online recruitment
Recruitment services : 05 November, 2010
Online recruitment service for the medical profession, Jobs4Medical, is launching a new-look website, with added facilities for candidates and recruiters.
 
McKesson releases new training solution with Web-based modules
Training equipment and services : 04 November, 2010
McKesson’s InterQual Learning Source combines various learning modes and technology to deliver curriculum flexibly for InterQual customers.
 
IPC's multi-centre study focuses on obesity link with psoriasis in children
Business development services : 29 October, 2010
The International Psoriasis Council (IPC) is nearing completion with enrollment in a multi-centre study on the relationship between obesity and psoriasis in children.
 
RCGP unveils online toolkit to support GP practices in forming federations
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 27 October, 2010
An online toolkit to support GP practices in forming federations is being launched by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).
 
Medical Gas Solutions secures new funding from Finance Wales
Business development services : 25 October, 2010
North Wales-based Medical Gas Solutions Ltd (MGS) is accelerating its drive into the medical, aerospace, nuclear and industrial markets after securing a £1 million second-round investment from regional investment company Finance Wales.
 
Molecular cancer tests look set to see revenue growth in next five years
Market research : 22 October, 2010
Cancer tests based on detecting DNA changes and patterns will show above average revenue growth compared with other forms of testing predicts healthcare market research publisher Kalorama Information.
 
Leica releases web-based training course for HER2 testing technique
Training equipment and services : 22 October, 2010
Leica Microsystems is continuing the company’s commitment to education with a new web-based training course for the Leica Bond Oracle HER2 IHC System.
 
HPA opens Influenza Resource Centre and UK Stem Cell Bank
Government agencies and authorities : 21 October, 2010
The Health Protection Agency is officially opening its new £12m Influenza Resource Centre and UK Stem Cell Bank at the agency's National Institute of Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC) in Hertfordshire.
 
Video sharing web portal opens for the global cardiovascular community
Training equipment and services : 21 October, 2010
Stereotaxis is launching the Odyssey Interventional Network, a training and educational video sharing web portal for the global cardiovascular community.
 
RCGP creates new centre for commissioning
Institutes, Royal Colleges and Trade Associations : 19 October, 2010
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) is creating a new centre for commissioning, in partnership with the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement.
 
SLaM training course helps resolve self-harm issues
Business development services : 18 October, 2010
A one-day training course for mental health professionals working with people who self-harm is to be run on 28 October 2010 by South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust’s (SLaM) Self-Harm Service.
 
New market report focuses on telehealth market shares
Market research : 15 October, 2010
Market analyst, InMedica, estimates that Honeywell Hommed is the leading supplier for telehealth with a 15.4 percent market share in 2009 worldwide.
 
SLaM provides new 24-hour specialist community-based mental health service
Business development services : 14 October, 2010
NHS Eastern and Coastal Kent, NHS West Kent and NHS Medway commissions South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM) to provide the inpatient facility plus a new 24-hour specialist community-based service for a muIti-million pound state-of-the-art centre to help children and teenagers in Kent and Medway with severe mental health problems will be open early next year.
 
Naidex South attracts crowds and plans new event for 2011
Events organisations : 05 October, 2010
Naidex South, the southeast's new event for those looking for the latest independent living solutions, which was held at ExCeL London (29 to 30 September 2010), attracted 3,312 people (subject to ABC Audit).
 
Abiomed offers advanced training programme for haemodynamic support
Training equipment and services : 04 October, 2010
Abiomed is launching a specialised partner programme that enables select top healthcare institutions to provide advanced training in haemodynamic support and complex patient management to better facilitate heart muscle recovery.
 
Plans to ring fence the NHS budget are questioned by experts
Business development services : 24 September, 2010
Ring fencing the NHS budget makes political, not business sense, argued Dr Alan Davies, Chief Medical Officer of General Electric Healthcare, Europe, Middle East and Africa, at the inaugural Innovative Healthcare Meeting held recently at the Birmingham Conservatoire which brought together NHS executives, business leaders, scientists, policy makers and financial advisors looking to build new partnerships to support innovation and improve the economics of healthcare.
 
First | Prev  | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10  | Next  | Last
 
Home I Editor's Blog I News by Zone I News by Date I News by Category I Special Reports I Directory I Events I Advertise I Submit Your News I About Us I Guides
 
   © 2012 ProHealthServiceZone.com
Netgains Logo