Mayden and SilverCloud Health partner to provide the online mental health platform
People seeking support for their mental health can now receive digital therapy support, following a partnership between Mayden’s digital health care provider and therapy provider. cognitive behavioral education online. Ola Ola SilverCloud.
The ‘Direct to Digital’ approach is being rolled out to mental health centers in the UK, including Nottingham, Birmingham, Berkshire and Dorking.
By filling out an online self -report form at an NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service people can access a course of digital medicine.
Fiona Dawson, manager at Mayden, said: “Our partnership with SilverCloud provides patients with support while they await their first choice with medical services. Because it’s on. the site, people can access support anytime and anywhere that suits them.
Ultrahuman has a company that can use LazyCo
Metabolic fitness platform Ultrahuman has announced the acquisition of the wearable company by vendor LazyCo, which created the Usable Land ring.
LazyCo will partner with Ultrahuman’s in -house technology development team to increase user awareness and improve global metabolic health conditions.
In the meantime, Ultrahuman will use the LazyCo team’s knowledge to develop in -depth and healthcare solutions.
Apoorv Shankar, Co-Founder and CEO, LazyCo, said: “Ultrahuman’s vision is to make healthcare more personal and effective for those who join LazyCo’s vision for building products that solve people’s problems in the best possible ways. “
EIT Health founded the foundation to address the talent crunch in health care
EIT Health seeks to integrate industry and technology into a European -wide framework to capture new talent and prepare the healthcare industry for the future.
The group is part of the European Union European Institute for Innovation and Technologyhas begun to WorkInHealth Foundation to compare technical talent with the responsibilities of the health sector in Europe.
It is seeking sponsors for a € 2 million grant to help attract new students, increase existing talent, and make the healthcare industry more attractive to graduates.
Celine Carrera, director of education, EIT Health and director of the WorkInHealth Foundation said: “If Europe maintains a health care system that can lead to innovation, we must face the challenge of training and educating the best talents. ”
Heart patients at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust obtained by looking at a distance
Swedish Business Association Docla supports the rehabilitation of 100 heart patients undergoing ablation therapy at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust.
UHCW NHS Trust and Doccla will capture an electrocardiogram (ECG), selected critical parameters and diagnostic data in patients preparing for a cardiac dissection procedure to treat atrial fibrillation (AF). Patients will also be monitored for three months after the procedure.
Dag Larsson, CEO, Doccla said: “Our virtual boards use the best technology to get medical information to doctors and nurses in a timely manner in order to improve patients. disease consequences. “
The Scotland 5G Center promotes health insurance competition
SMEs and technology companies have been invited to share their ideas to solve problems in the health sector at a new competition set up by The Scotland 5G Center and its S5GConnect Dumfries hub.
ka ‘Addressing the public health crisis and health care to support three initiatives to improve the delivery of health care, by providing 5G technology to help prepare their solution market.
David Rowland, director of development and innovation, Dumfries and Galloway Health and Social Care Partnership: “We know it’s important to use new digital devices and grow our responsibility because it can help us deliver our service with quality and efficiency. “