InspiredMinds are excited to announce that they have joined up with AGE UK to support the phone a friend volunteering service.
They say that lightning never strikes twice, and this year has seen a seismic shift in the global healthcare system. The impact of advanced technology in the healthcare sector has really been felt this year - but will it continue?
Who left us shook? Who blew our as-yet-unblown minds? Here is the Intelligent Health community's top 50 Innovators of 2020!
At the Intelligent Health Summit in September 2020, Victoria Macdonald, Health and Social Care Editor, Channel 4 News interviewed Dr. Greg Moore, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Health on the topic of 'Who is driving the AI health ecosystem.'
For this reason, the understanding of the law of nature – “substance-energy-information”, uniting the foundations of any matter, is very limited in biology. Therefore, the rules and postulates of Synergetics, as a science of the self-organization of matter, in the understanding of modern scientists are far from real processes occurring in matter "here and now." This article
provides a summary of the basic rules and principles of the interaction of Matter, Energy and Information, which is the basis of the third regulation mechanism in the human body.
The InspiredMinds approach to COVID-19 is with empathy, kindness and collaboration with our community – without borders.
Join Intelligent Health on Wednesday 3rd June at 1pm BST as we reveal the 5th episode of our Going Viral webinar series. Key experts will share insights on the priority health needs, where AI-driven solutions can assist low and middle-income countries in the fight against COVID-19.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 has spread rapidly around the world with devastating consequences on patients, healthcare workers, health systems, and economies. Those who live and work in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) held their collective breath as the single red dot on the world map morphed into red dots in almost every country in the world.
The past 12 weeks have seen a rapid increase in discussions around how patients are adapting to technology driven healthcare. The up-scaling and accelerated adoption of new technologies has been a challenge for global clinicians, but how do patients feel? And of course HOW can we predict and prevent future viruses and pandemics?
The issue of ethics around AI and patient data isn’t new, but COVID-19 has even more voices asking the same questions – is this technology ethical? Am I using the right levels of consent? What is the impact and potential harm of capturing, processing and storing this information?