Article • Bringing AI to the clinics

Pioneering a vendor neutral AI system

Capturing all the possibilities brought by AI long-seemed a faraway dream for hospitals, since most artificial intelligence (AI) solutions are vendor dependent, thus complicating their deployment in…


Sponsored • Information Technology

Document Management - the hidden champion

Zenon's Doc-db is a full-fledged document management system which has been internationally available since 2006.


Article • Healthcare

Small town hospital goes big on IT

Horsens Regional Hospital is a two-hour train ride from Copenhagen in the Central Region of Denmark. Disembarking at the small town’s train station nothing suggests the presence of a pioneering…


Interview •

Medical images within clinical reports improve treatment decisions

Hans Vandewyngaerde has a sweeping vision for visualising healthcare: images from anywhere made available anytime to anyone involved in a patient’s care.


Article •

Creating the essential link

While clinical labs and lab IT solutions appear to be able to meet current requirements, biobanking presents a whole new world of challenges to data flows and IT systems.



Article •

Cloud computing takes the European healthcare industry by storm

Enterprise-wide healthcare informatics will improve quality of medical services and efficiency of operations while reducing expenditures. Like many other verticals, the intensely competitive and…


Article • Caradigm is here

New healthcare IT products reach the market

Back in December 2011, when General Electric and Microsoft announced their joint venture, Peter Neupert, then head of Microsoft’s healthcare solutions group said: ‘This industry needs a Windows-like platform.’ This June their efforts resulted in an ‘all systems go’ for Caradigm IT products, which aim initially to enable hospitals and large private medical groups to use a realtime,…


Weight and height

In many hospitals medical specialists from different fields work closely together. To give them access to centrally held information and patient data collected from admittance to discharge, hospitals increasingly use IT solutions such as the electronic patient’s record (EPR). Such installations demand an extensive data security policy and implementation plan.


The diako’s universal medical archive

Embarking on a large-scale refurbishment and building programme, which included building four new high-tech operating theatres, planning for medical video and photographic documentation became a key issue at the diako hospital in Augsburg, Germany.

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