Management

Time to bring out the white collars: Read more about the economy and politics of health as well as optimised hospital and patient management.

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News • Future Health Index 2024 global report

Healthcare leaders turn to AI to address critical care gaps

Staff shortage, financial burdens, and growing demand for care are major challenges for healthcare institutions. The latest Future Health Index report indicates that AI is seen as a key solution.

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News • Enhancing collaboration

Nordic university hospitals team up

Five Nordic university hospitals have formed the Nordic University Hospital Alliance (NUHA). The goal is to strengthen relationships and to address healthcare challenges in the Nordic region.

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News • A question of liability

Who’s to blame when AI makes a medical error?

Medical AI is advancing gastrointestinal endoscopy – but what happens when it contributes to a medical error? Legal experts are pioneering efforts to develop guidelines on medical AI liability.

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Article • Key findings of latest survey

Women’s health: solutions for a growing problem

Awareness of the importance of women’s health is on the rise, but many challenges remain: At ECR 2024 in Vienna, we spoke with Hologic about their continued evaluation of healthcare efforts for women. At the congress, the company also shared how AI could be used to mitigate the effects of medical staff shortage.

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Article • Institutional setup guide at SNMMI 2024

How to establish a hospital theranostics treatment centre

The nuclear medicine global market is projected to see a significant increase in the coming years, with the lion's share being attributed to radiotherapeutics. So, how to set up a dedicated…

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News • Profession pressures

Covid-19 pandemic triggered surge in medical staff intention to leave

Burnout, fear of infection, lack of support: One in three doctors and nurses considered leaving their job, or the healthcare profession altogether, during the Covid-19 pandemic, a new study shows.

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News • Anesthesiologists and surgeons

More women on surgery teams lead to better outcomes

New research finds that care in hospitals with more women on surgery teams (as anesthesiologists and surgeons) was associated with better post-operative outcomes for patients.

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Article • Joint action

A pan-European effort to tackle cancer and NCDs

This February, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health officially launched the ‘Joint Action on cancer and other non-communicable disease prevention project‘ (JA PreventNCD). In the four-year-initiative, 22 EU member states plus Iceland, Norway and Ukraine have joined forces to combat the increasing burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) across national borders.

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News • Medical trade fair

MEDICA 2023: Düsseldorf at the centre of the global healthcare industry

The world's leading medical trade fair MEDICA 2023 starts on Monday in Düsseldorf with more than 5,300 exhibiting companies from almost 70 nations and the kick-off event for the accompanying 46th German Hospital Day, which will be attended by Federal Health Minister Karl Lauterbach (via video link) and NRW Health Minister Karl-Josef Laumann. COMPAMED 2023 will take place parallel to MEDICA. As…

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News • Platform for new companies

MEDICA 2023: Start-ups are shaking things up

MEDICA trade fair (Nov 13-16, Düsseldorf) is a major event for start-ups entering the health sector. Hundreds of young developers seek business contacts for cooperation concerning funding, production, approval, marketing or sales of their products.

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