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health technology

A generic term for any intervention that can be used to promote health and prevent, diagnose or treat disease for rehabilitation or long-term care. The term encompasses drugs, devices, clinical procedures and healthcare settings (e.g., ITU/ICU).
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13 March 2018 - Australia-based mental health technology company Medibio Ltd.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 13, 2018-Medibio to Acquire Corporate Health Technology Supplier Vital Conversations
Health Technology Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Information.
Dr Carol Routledge, of Alzheimer's Research UK, said: "Innovations in health technology that allow earlier and more accurate detection of diseases like Alzheimer's could transform, not just speed up, dementia diagnosis and treatment.
I want to thank Brent for his valuable contribution to Philips transformation into a health technology leader at a time of significant market changes in North America, said Frans van Houten, CEO of Royal Philips.
BENUE State government said it has shut down 40 illegal Schools of Health Technology in the state due to illegal activities of their products.
were necessary for every DHQ hospital which include Optometry, Medical Imaging Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Nutrition, Clinical Psychology, Speech Therapy, Operation Theatre Technology, Dental Technology, Emergency Medical Technology, Renal/Urology Technology, Anaesthesia Technology, Audiology Technology and Respiratory Therapy whereas 10 fields of allied health technology were required for each THQ hospital.
WeFund Health, a disruptive health technology investment platform that matches healthtech opportunities with qualified investors, has sponsored TEDxMorristown, the company said.
During the Sentinels of Safety Awards ceremony on September 27, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) also recognized Arch Coal with one of its Mine Safety and Health Technology Innovations Awards.
The committee, moreover, addressed the subject of evaluating health technology and boosting the capacity of health systems through appropriate and effective methods to assess health technology and choose better health care, he noted.
Mobile health technology such as wearable monitors, applications, and text-messaging programs may encourage behavioral change, according to a scientific statement by the American Heart Association.
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