The Oxford University spin-out’s intelligent workforce solutions secures additional $1.1M to mitigate cross-contamination in hospitals.
The device continuously monitors four significant vital signs: heart rate, heart rate variability, respiratory rate and activity.
The partnership will help improve governance and compliance to controlled drug records.
The new algorithms will be able to detect for sinus rhythm with premature ventricular contractions, supraventricular ectopy and sinus rhythm with wide QRS.
The UK app aims to resolve facilities and equipment issues for staff.
The medical chat platform brings privacy protection to the public with technology usually reserved for secure messaging services.
Hims & Hers taps Lynne Chou O’Keefe and David Wells as next board members, Eden Health names Jack Stoddard the next executive chairman of its board and more digital health hires.
The technology will be able to screen up to 40 people at once.
The researchers used data from more than 8 million Fitbit users over the course of a randomly selected 24-hour period.
The tool was designed to help patients and caregivers manage the condition and treatment.