Digital Health

Health IT Infrastructure Investment Key to NHS Long-Term Plan

January 8, 2019 - UK National Health Service (NHS) plans to invest a substantial amount of money in upgrading its health IT infrastructure to make digital health services a mainstream part of the NHS in the next five years, according to its long-term plan. The plan said that all NHS healthcare providers will be expected to have a core level of digitization by 2024. “This will cover clinical and...

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Reports: Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Market CAGR of 47%-50%

by Fred Donovan

Three separate market reports agree that the healthcare artificial intelligence (AI) market will increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of between 47 percent and 50 percent over the next few years. The Markets and Markets report...

US Hospitals Increasingly Adopt Radiology 3D Image/Display Tech

by Fred Donovan

More than 40 percent of US hospitals have installed radiology 3D image/display technology, according to a survey by HIMSS Analytics. The remaining hospitals likely have a radiology picture archive and communication system (PACS), which...

Mobile Wireless, Data Analytics Among Top Funded Health IT

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Health IT and digital health had strong VC funding in the first quarter of 2017 with $1.6 billion. The first full quarter under the new administration was the second highest quarter ever for the digital health sector, according to the...


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