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People interested in discussing patient involvement in health research are invited to attend a seminar on the Challenges and Perspectives of Public and Patient Involvement in Health Economics Research .
A new €2.5m electronic based patient record system is to be introduced at Galway University Hospitals (UHG and Merlin Park Hospitals).
A campaign aimed at enhancing compassionate care in hospitals by reminding healthcare professionals to introduce themselves to patients has been launched at University Hospital Galway.
NUI Galway-based clinician Dr Derek O’Keeffe will participate in a live, public, video link-up with the crew aboard NASA’s Aquarius undersea research station next week. Dr O’Keeffe, a clinical fellow at NUI Galway, has been selected as the flight surgeon for telemedicine for the mission.
GMIT Innovation Hub-based client One Touch Telecare wins the ITAG award 2016 for Best Technology Start Up
GMIT Innovation Hub-based client company One Touch Telecare won the ITAG award 2016 for best Technology Start Up last Friday night (22nd April) in the Hotel Meyrick. One Touch Telecare designs and delivers ‘Connected Healthcare’ solutions to support Care Management companies with the management of their clients and Care Professionals. Our innovative cloud based software to home care management organisations provides accurate, real time, business critical data enabling care management providers to deliver a more efficient, responsive and proactive service. One Touch supports the care company to effectively manage all aspects of their business, from scheduling carer appointments, to managing client care plans and invoicing while also offering real time communication between staff working remotely and their administrators.
Technologies to facilitate the remote delivery of healthcare to patients in their own home is the focus of a new EU-funded project underway at NUI Galway.
The Health Information and Quality Authority is calling for feedback from the people of Mayo on proposed new national standards for safer and better healthcare.
The Irish Medical Times has issued a final call for entries from Mayo for this year’s Irish Healthcare Awards. Presided over by a panel of distinguished experts, the Irish Healthcare Awards recognise and acknowledge originality, excellence, and innovation in the fields of education, pharmaceutical innovation, healthcare collaboration, and patient support and apply to anyone working in acute and primary care, public health, the private sector and IT.
A Dáil Deputy has sought an update on the provision of telemedicine facilities for island communities as outlined in the Programme for Government. The Fine Gael spokesperson on Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Deputy Michael Ring, said the proposal was to provide telemedicine facilities to allow Ireland's most remote island communities and medical practitioners access to doctors and consultants in specialist hospitals.
A patients’ forum which will facilitate the exchange of information and opinions on the type and quality of services delivered at Mayo General Hospital and the way they are delivered was launched this week.