From jungle driving to savvy recycling, healthcare professionals have found ingenious ways to keep diagnostics going during, and before, the pandemic.
Hans Martens, independent consultant and Chairman of the Coalition for Health, Ethics and Society, the health policy programme of the European Policy Centre, shares how health systems can drive a shift in harnessing diagnostic information to power the future of healthcare.
In a heartfelt personal account, Dr Katherine Fan, a Cardiology Specialist based in Hong Kong, unpacks her mission: to highlight the value of diagnostic interventions in cardiac patient management.
Against the backdrop of COVID-19, preparing for the unexpected must become the norm. It is time for diagnostics to help co-create an ecosystem that is more agile, effective and innovative.
We explore many coexisting healthcare delivery issues that require a preventative, predictive approach rather than a treatable one.
In the face of rising healthcare costs, clinicians are stepping up to improve health and financial outcomes for patients with evidence-based interventions.
Professor David Thomas, Director of the Kinghorn Cancer Centre and Head of Genomic Cancer Medicine at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Australia, believes transforming patient care is possible by treating every human as unique with genetic profiling. Read more as he explains why.
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