FI-STAR showcases the ‘Medication Tracker App’ at The Pharmacy Show 2014
FI-STAR spoke to Javed Bashir, Business Analyst and System Designer for Medichem, Leeds.
The ‘Medication Tracker App’ currently available on android uses key driven NHS technologies. Read more
Roy Lilley former NHS Trust chairman and now writer and broadcaster on NHS issues.
Roy Lilley was moderator of the keynote speakers at The Pharmacy Show 2014. The keynote theatre gave the leaders and policy-makers a platform to share their vision for pharmacy. The audience heard from NHS England, General Pharmaceutical Council, Royal Pharmaceutical Society, National Pharmacy Association, Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee, Independent Pharmacy Federation, Pharmacists Defence Association plus many more… Read more
A FI-STAR delegation is attending the IoT EU China Trade Conference between 28-29 October in Shanghai. The event is one of a series that aims to to stimulate market cooperation and is organized by the European Commission. With the support of the EU China Trade project II it is one of a series of interactive cooperation sessions on E-health, Connected Vehicle/ITS, Smart Agriculture & Food Safety and Smart Cities.
With a large industry attendance of 1000+ attendees the conference seeks to support fruitful discussions to sustainable development in this global market. Read more
On 16th of October, FI-STAR Technical Director Stefan Covaci gave a key-note speech as a participant in the panel – “Emerging eHealth Applications:big data, analytics, telemedicine and mHealth” (http://www.ieee-healthcom.org/panels.html) Read more
The 5th EU-Japan Symposium in ICT Research and Innovation was held in Brussels on 16-17 October. This symposium was opened by Mr. Toshiyuki Takei, Director General of MIC, Mr. Masao Sakauchi, President of NICT and Mr. Zoran Stancic, Deputy Director General of DG CONNECT, and the keynote speeches from high-level officials both from the EU and Japan took place. Read more
Ensuring that patients are correctly discharged from hospital and making sure that the appropriate medical, social, and environmental infrastructure is available once discharge has taken place is essential to successful patient management and avoidance of hospital readmissions. The ramifications of negative hospital discharge experiences are far-reaching, however, by limiting the frequency of these occurrences patients are better able to manage their conditions independently and hospitals can continue to function without unnecessary strain on staff resources. Read more