BHH member Fundación iSYS, a pioneering and recognized non-profit organization with the aim to find the best practices in digital health, has developed Xemio, an app to accompany patients diagnosed with breast cancer when they are out of the hospital environment, dealing with the effects of the disease and the treatment. The objective of this.
The Illustrious Official College of Physicians of Madrid (ICOMEM) has reached an agreement with BHH member Docline so that all its members will have free access to the telemedicine platform to carry out their online consultations with their patients. Registered doctors will have the most complete telemedicine platform on the market, offering the patient: Private.
BHH members Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau and Mediktor join forces, implementing the first gynecological emergency triage based on Artificial Intelligence. The hospital will use Mediktor’s triage system in the testing phase to direct patients from Gynecology and Obstetrics emergencies to the most appropriate level of care, reducing barriers for access to.
In recent years, the health sector has undergone significant changes with respect to its digitization. Covid-19 came to accelerate these changes and to make notorious the need, not only to have resources capable of providing care and health care in changing scenarios, but also to have accurate, complete and reliable information, immediately, to adopt decisions.
BHH member Parc Taulí Hospital Universitari will host the celebration of the 1st Taulí Health Artificial Intelligence Symposium on June 20 and 21. It’s an event in which the most prominent experts in Artificial Intelligence will explain how it’s currently used in medicine and what its future holds, while they present cases that are already.
Pharmaceutical companies have been facing real challenges with medical visits for some time now. More and more often, doctors are refusing to receive medical representatives, while those who do accept visits have significantly reduced the time they spend with them. Health professionals were on the front line in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, the.
Next May 19th at 10:30 am CET, Facundo Manes, an Argentine neuroscientist, will be visiting Barcelona Health Hub to participate in an open discussion on technology and innovation regarding neuroscience. Facundo Manes is a neurologist, neuroscientist and has a postgraduate in the Buenos Aires University and Cambridge University, England, where he obtained his PhD in.
BHH member i2Cat Foundation is organizing a webinar in Catalan about “Revitalizing the health sector: strategies, challenges, and case studies“. The webinar focuses on the potential of innovation in the health sector, emphasizing digital transformation opportunities. Therefore, the webinar is addresses to healthcare institutions and professionals working in the health industry, especially those related to.
Last Friday 6th May, the closing session of the 5th edition of the Digital Transformation in Insurance module of FP Dual taught by Community of Insurance (COI) took place at the BHH Headquarters. After several sessions in which the students learn about the latest trends in digital transformation in the insurance sector, they are now creating.
BHH member gMendel®, a Danish medical technology startup aiming to transform the diagnosis of genetic disorders for better disease management, announced today it has achieved CE marking for its Phivea® v1.0.0 platform, a novel screening technology for the detection of Klinefelter Syndrome. Following the successful validation and a comprehensive performance evaluation, documenting the clinical applicability.