Cancer Overview

Introduction Cancer is a condition where cells in a specific part of the body grow and reproduce uncontrollably. The cancerous cells can invade and destroy surrounding healthy tissue, including organs. Cancer sometimes begins in one part of the body before … Read More

4 ways Telemedicine is revolutionizing the health sector

Since its inception, Telemedicine has significantly improved the quality of healthcare. It reduces the need for travel, provides easier clinical support, surpasses geographical barriers, and improve patient outcomes. With continuous connectivity, patients and physicians can work more closely together to … Read More

The history of Telemedicine

The field of telemedicine has changed drastically since its inception. Just about fifty years ago, several hospitals began testing telemedicine to reach patients in distant locations. But with the rapid changes in technology over the past few decades, Telemedicine has … Read More

Intermittent Vital Signs are Not Enough

“Modern hospitals service patients of increasing complexity and co-morbidity. Despite advances in technology and the best efforts of hospital staff, several studies have demonstrated that 6-17% of all hospital admissions are complicated by serious adverse events. These events are often … Read More

Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook are going after your health care

The tech industry is certainly no stranger to health. IBM, Intel and Microsoft have long provided enterprise services to the health care industry. But now they, and other companies, are more visibly focused on creating, or investing in, new kinds of technologies for doctors, patients … Read More

Blood pressure

Blood pressure is the term used to describe the strength with which your blood pushes on the sides of your arteries as it’s pumped around your body. High blood pressure (hypertension) can put a strain on your arteries and organs, which … Read More

6 Reasons why it’s worth investing in Telemedicine

Medical centers are increasingly implementing Remote Medical Care. Solutions enriched with telemedical functions used in cardiology, obstetrics, and long-term senior care are growing in popularity. But why the increased interest in technology allowing remote medical services? There are at least … Read More

Information technology in healthcare – dealing with climate change

On August 17th, 2017, at Vietnam Climate Innovation Center – VCIC, Newtel participated in presenting the idea of ​​project “Medical examinations suitcase integrate electronic medical records on the cloud platform” to the Board of Judges of The proof of concept … Read More

Mobile medical technology is taking off in developing countries

Mobile phone health care solutions are being used by patients in both developed and developing countries. Ophthalmologists and even their assistants can examine their eyes with a cell phone. Is this a distant future? In fact, such phones have appeared … Read More