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Health News

» Europe is the Global Leader in Nationwide Implementation of eHealth Solutions
"Europe is leading the rest of the world in advancing towards modern eHealth infrastructures and implementations" was the conclusion of Dr. Karl Stroetmann of empirica Consultants at an eHealth Strategies Symposium in Brussels. This is a field where ...

» Ardentia Updates Theatre Performance Module to Help NHS Trusts Improve Efficiency and Cut Costs
ArdentiaHealthcare intelligence specialist Ardentia has introduced an updated version of its Theatre Performance Module, which is design ...

» Wheelchair Users Control an iPhone or iPod Touch Via their Wheelchair Joystick
A pioneering solution that gives wheelchair users the ability to control an iPhone or iPod touch via their wheelchair joystick will be unveiled for the first time at this year's Rehacare exhibition.

Breast Cancer Walk In Budapest, October 2

"These events will help break barriers that prevent women from accessing the information and care they need, particularly in areas where breast cancer is still a stigma or not addressed at all."

» ÁSZ Backs Growth Of Outpatient Surgery In Hungary
"A total of 312 types of surgical procedures performed last year in Hungary did not require an overnight stay in a hospital, but doctors only explored this opportunity for 270 of these kinds, the State Audit Office (ÁSZ) found.

» Cardio-Thoracic Center of Monaco is the first Siemens European Reference Center Cardiovascular Medicine
Siemens HealthcareSiemens Healthcare and the Cardio-Thoracic Center of Monaco (CCM) signed a partnership contract in Monaco. Wi ...

» 'Family Health Screening', Millenáris Budapest, This Weekend
"Nők Lapja - Hungary’s traditional women’s magazine puts special emphasis on health protection and prevention. One of the most effective means of it is screening along with building up healthy eating and workout habits.

» Hungary Hopes Tourism Will Cure Ailing Healthcare System
"Toilet seats in some Hungarian state-run clinics are chained to toilets, as this correspondent recently discovered. Making sure the hard way that no one steals toilet seats looks like a symptom of the healthcare system’s chronic malfunctioning."

» Two Struck With West Nile Virus In Hungary
"Two Hungarians are being treated in hospital after contracting the West Nile Virus, epidemic specialist Katalin Krisztalovics announced.