A partnership between global interoperability company Enovacom and Nordic nursing application specialist Medanets will enable nurses to access patient data via their mobile devices.
Medical device data will be automatically collected using Enovacom’s Patient Connect interoperability platform and transmitted to the hospital’s electronic health record (EHR) and Medanets nursing mobile app. in real time.
Juha-Matti Ranta, CEO of Medanets, said: “By helping nurses with the tools that save them the most time, such as observations, our app becomes an integral part of their workflow.
France announces € 650 million boost for digital health
French Minister of Health Olivier Véran announced an investment plan of 650 million euros to accelerate the country’s digital health strategy.
Funding will be divided between five areas with a majority of 202 million euros allocated to strengthening France’s leadership in research and innovation.
An additional € 168 million will be used to fund experimental programs to test innovations in digital health services.
Other sources of funding include digital training for healthcare professionals, scientific innovation and the large-scale deployment of digital healthcare in France and internationally.
Around 100 million euros will be allocated to projects selected in the framework of “Digital health” at the start of 2022.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to create shared care patient record with Orion Health
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Integrated Care System (ICS) has signed an eight-year contract with Orion Health to develop a shared care record that will be used by eight health and care organizations and all GP practices in its region .
The shared care record will take data feeds from computer systems used by health and social care providers and create a single, holistic view of a patient’s medical and care information.
Spring 2022 will see the launch of the first phase of the project, with a second phase to follow later in the year.
Thirona, a Dutch medical AI company, closes a round table
Healthcare technology company Thirona, which specializes in artificial intelligence (AI) for analyzing medical images, has closed a financing round with Belgian investment fund HERAN Partners and Borski Fund from the Netherlands.
The company develops AI solutions for the analysis of pulmonary and retinal images. In addition to focusing on the most common diseases such as asthma, COPD, age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, Thirona also tackles rare and complex diseases, such as cystic fibrosis and idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
The proceeds of the funding round will be allocated to accelerate the Company’s transition to leadership in the medical imaging market.