From remote scanning in diagnostic to telesurgery - there is more to telehealth than virtual consultations. How to drive growth through remote technologies and connect care teams and patients.
Key factors to optimize the diagnostic experience
Sharing the results of a survey with The Beryl Institute this paper describes why optimizing the diagnostic experience is a priority for healthcare leaders.
Precision COVID-19 testing in the vaccine era: Solving challenges for 2021 and beyond
Testing continues to be a cornerstone in the pandemic fight. Learn how it can support to overcome current and future challenges.
Strengthening patient trust: a priority for healthcare sustainability
Discussing different challenges during and after the pandemic this paper shares recommendations for strengthening patient trust.
How to overcome the challenges of COVID-19 testing in the vaccination era?
Testing continues to be a cornerstone in the fight against COVID-19. Learn how vaccination requires refined thinking around it.
How to achieve Precision in the Diagnosis?
How the lessons of COVID-19 can support us on improving diagnostic accuracy in the practice of medicine.
How to protect healthcare workers during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic?
Who are the leaders in digital health and what can we learn from them in times of COVID-19?
The current status of digitalization around the globe. We asked healthcare executives to rate their maturity in digitalization.
Virtual hospital ward rounds involve wider number of clinical experts and families
Two experts share their insights on the potential of virtual ward rounds before, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
What will the future of healthcare look like?
What are the most significant healthcare challenges that you see ahead? Is your organization prepared to address them?
Outside the hospital: remote cancer monitoring with apps
Using medical imaging and AI to help diagnose and manage COVID-19 patients
How AI-assisted imaging can help diagnose COVID-19 patients more quickly and manage them more appropriately.