The hospital-centric model, the organisational form of family medicine, the lack of multidisciplinarity in the CTS, the lack of self-criticism and planning of the NHS after the first lockdown, the emphasis on televisits and not on active remote surveillance: these are the mistakes that are costing us dearly and how to remedy them.
The Australian start-up ESN Cleer, with RMIT University and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre (IMCRC), are developing a device that can detect the risk of heart failure and stroke from saliva. Continue reading →
Cardiogram, a start-up that uses optical sensors from smart watches to detect diabetes and atrial fibrillation, has signed its first reimbursement agreement with Oscar Health insurance. Continue reading →