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A vision for a data-centric hospital

Technology is not only useful in diagnostics, but has also proved itself capable of increasing efficiency and reducing clinician error, with the implementation of patient identification techniques

4th November, 2018
Andrew Daly, sales manager at VisionID

When we speak about medical technology, things like CT scanners or gene sequencing are usually what springs to mind but technology has now pervaded all aspects of the ‘care pathway’, from the GP’s surgery to the lab and right up to the hospital bed and operating theatre.

And it all matters: while the diagnostic and therapeutic equipment obviously saves lives, even more prosaic IT systems such as those used in administration...

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