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News in Brief

News in brief: Da Vinci Xi robotic surgical system in Somerset, innovative decontamination equipment in Leeds, remote monitoring in Lancashire, and more

Here’s a brief overview of some of the stories within the health tech community that have caught our eye. £1.5million Da Vinci Xi surgical robotic system to be introduced in Somerset Musgrove Park and Yeovil Hospitals, part of Somerset NHS Foundation Trust, have already begun training surgeons on the use […]

News News in Brief

News in brief: digital prehabilitation service, data quality team recruitment in Doncaster, remote monitoring for cancer patients and more

As usual, over the past days there have been many exciting new stories in the health tech community. In this article, we explore some of the main stories from across the country that caught our attention. Digital prehabilitation for head and neck cancer patients  A new pilot project offering digital prehabilitation […]


GE Healthcare and Hampshire Hospitals sign 10-year partnership to transform radiology services

GE Healthcare and Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (HHFT) have signed a 10-year partnership agreement, aiming to ‘transform radiology services’. The partnership includes a Radiology Managed Service (RMS), which covers 120 pieces of radiology equipment and a command centre to provide staff with advanced analytics and a patient overview, to provide […]


Researchers develop AI swarm learning method for cancer predictions

Researchers led by Dr Jakob Nikolas Kather, Visiting Associate Professor at Leeds’ School of Medicine, have developed a new way of using artificial intelligence to predict cancer from patient data without ‘putting personal information at risk’. The new method uses ‘swarm learning’, a process which trains AI algorithms to detect […]