Tag Archives: Healthcare

Abu Dhabi partners with Israel’s Clalit Health Services to increase cooperation in healthcare

Abu Dhabi’s Department of Health (DoH) has partnered with Israel’s Clalit Health Services, the largest of the country’s four state-mandated health service organisations, it has been announced. This comes as part of both parties’ strategies to increase cooperation and the exchange of information between the healthcare sectors of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Israel.… Read More »

Connection Is Healthcare

By TOMER BEN-KIKI The American people can’t afford partisan politics that increase long-term healthcare costs. When the GOP came to the table with a $ 1 trillion infrastructure proposal last week, I was pleased to see that they had increased funding for broadband access to $ 68 billion. The President wants $ 100 billion for… Read More »

OSHA issues long-delayed COVID-19 safety rules for healthcare workplaces

Dive Brief: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued an emergency temporary standard Thursday that healthcare employers specifically must abide by to better protect workers from the spread of COVID-19. The ETS requires hospitals, nursing homes and other sites of care to provide employees with paid time off to get vaccinated and to recover from… Read More »

Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust Turns to Cylera to Secure Extensive Healthcare IoT Device Ecosystem

Cirencester, Gloucestershire – 13th May 2021 —- Cylera, the leading healthcare IoT (HIoT) cybersecurity and threat intelligence company, and The AbedGraham Group, a physician-led global technology group, announced today that Dartford and Gravesham (DGT) NHS Trust has chosen the strategic technology partners to safeguard its medical device and IoT infrastructure. As one of the key… Read More »

In-person healthcare visits can be done safely despite coronavirus risk, small JAMA study suggests

Dive Brief: A small study of obstetrical patients at four hospitals in Boston found no meaningful association between the number of in-person visits and the rate of novel coronavirus infection. The study looked at 111 patients with an average of three in-person visits between April 19 and June 27, when all obstetrical patients were tested… Read More »