Tag: technology


Virtual reality physiotherapy tool launches

A virtual reality solution has launched to offer an alternative for patients needing physiotherapy after discharge from hospital. Resynk’s VR Rehabilitation seeks to offer a fun alternative through a series of games, which can be tailored to meet the specific needs of each patient, to give patients challenging tasks including reaching, […]


Studies explore impact of wearable devices in health tech

In this article we explore three research studies involving wearable devices, and their roles in supporting patients, research, population health initiatives and the potential clinical benefits. The studies focus on the use of a wearable device for understanding brain function in a more naturalistic setting, population health learnings from diagnostics […]

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 […]


Virtual wards and remote monitoring tech added to Spark DPS

The Spark Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS), run by the Crown Commercial Service, has been enhanced to include procurement of virtual wards and remote patient monitoring technology. With support from NHS England, four new areas have been added to the framework, to cover virtual wards, continuous monitoring support, long term condition (remote […]