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Digital

Posted on 10.01.2023

How AI shapes healthcare’s ‘now’ and ‘then’

As a Lead of AI4Health at AI4Belgium (Belgium’s federal ecosystem for AI), holder of the Chair of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Medicine at the University of Mons and a Medical Doctor at the Brugmann University Hospital in Brussels, AI solutions have profoundly changed my work in healthcare. AI can impact the day-to-day of healthcare professionals […]

By Giovanni Briganti Chair of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Medicine, University of Mons

Posted on 19.12.2022

Europe’s health professionals ready to adopt efficient AI solutions

In my experience as a nuclear medicine physician in a large hospital, Artificial Intelligence (AI) will help with the routine, time-consuming procedures of healthcare professionals. It can delineate tumours in the case of repetitive imaging and pre-digest work performed on earlier imaging. In these cases, I do not have to redo what has already been […]

By Wim Oyen Nuclear Medicine Physician, Department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine of Rijnstate Hospital

Digital

Posted on 02.12.2022

Innovating with health data: a story from the inside out

There is no arguing that digital transformation has helped revolutionise many industries, including healthcare. In my role as a data scientist, I have seen our field’s solutions and strategies change as technology advanced and patients’ expectations evolved. Now that I work as a data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) partnerships lead, I strive for a multi-disciplinary […]

By Ymke de Jong Data Science Professional, Philips

Digital

Posted on 17.11.2022

Artificial Intelligence pushing the frontiers of healthcare

Working for a company that is at the frontline of digital innovation in medical technologies, I believe that with continued advances in artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled medical devices, the possibility for improving patient lives can reach an entirely new level. AI in healthcare has the potential to solve pressing challenges for European healthcare systems. However, there […]

By Chantal Vets Senior Legal Director, Medtronic

Business

Posted on 08.11.2022

International trade in medical technology leaves the COVID-19 pandemic behind

COVID-19 dampened global trade in medical technology products. So, when we compiled the latest edition of MedTech Europe Facts & Figures (F&F), we knew readers would be keen to see whether the sector had rebounded. (Spoiler alert: it has!) F&F is the ‘go to’ guide to Europe’s medical technology sector. Packed with robust data drawn […]

By Georgiy Bogdanov Officer Market Data

Digital

Posted on 28.10.2022

Advancing health data with a purpose

Digitalisation has great potential to help improve healthcare provision and patient outcomes. This innovative transformation is being addressed both at the practical and policy level. I believe that the success of such transformation is hidden in approaching health data as a means toward a holistic solution, rather than a goal on its own. Over the […]

By Nick Guldemond CEO and Founder

Cardio Digital

Posted on 20.10.2022

The vast possibilities of Artificial Intelligence for our hearts

From triaging patients to the proper treatment to interpreting scans, or optimising treatment pathways, artificial intelligence (AI) can play a pivotal role in supporting the health workforce in their work in cardiovascular disease. However, to fully grasp the potential of AI for patients, we need to start by making high-quality curated health data available. The […]

By Birgit Beger CEO

Business

Posted on 05.10.2022

Thinking of joining an EU project? Read our top tips

The new Innovative Health Initiative (IHI) has prompted companies in the medical technology industry to think about taking part in more EU projects. For some, this is a new opportunity to build on existing experience. For others, it’s a new venture. With the right preparation, there are real benefits on offer thanks to this exciting […]

By Patrick Boisseau Director Research and Innovation, MedTech Europe

Cardio

Posted on 29.09.2022

Early diagnosis can make all the difference to the lives of people with heart failure and other forms of cardiovascular disease

Many public health campaigns focus on the importance of identifying and acting on the symptoms of major cardiovascular disease (CVD) events, such as heart attacks and strokes, as quickly as possible. Medicine has developed so much in recent decades that these events, which were once a death sentence for the majority, are now often survivable […]

By Catherine Hodge Researcher