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25Jul 19

Tele-endoscopy project for colon investigations started in Scotland

We are a proud partner of the SCOTCAP consortium, delivering a managed colon capsule endoscopy services in Scotland. See this article for some aspects of the service (and ignore the mistakes, such as a 10 hour, not 10 year battery life and it’s Medtronic that manufactures the capsules, not us).

We’d be happy to deliver such a managed service also in your region!

07Feb 19

HIE issues press release on Artificial Intelligence project at CHI

CorporateHealth is featured in a Press Release by our strategic partner Highlands & Islands Enterprise:

Inverness Life Science Firm To Create Artificial Intelligence Jobs

Highly skilled jobs will be created at Inverness Campus as part of a new project that uses artificial intelligence (AI).

The joint venture led by digital health company CorporateHealth International (CHI) has been awarded a £1.3m grant from the UK’s innovation agency – Innovate UK.

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26Mar 18

New ESGE recommendations match CorporateHealth best practices

The new ESGE recommendations for SB capsule endoscopy picked up what CorporateHealth has been working on since many years:

  • Using qualified nurses as pre-readers
  • Performing capsule endoscopy as an outpatient procedure

CorporateHealth has created a team that achieves highest levels of quality and productivity by combining pre-reading by nurses with a medically sound validation by a doctor. This ensures trust in the results, no matter where the procedure was conducted.

Furthermore, CorporateHealth provides full patient management services: From a referral to transfer of the video, we can make sure that the patient is prepared well and the procedure conducted according to the latest best-practices: At any location, even the home of the patient.

In the newly published ESGE Technical Review, those processes are recognized as new recommendations.

 

Small-bowel capsule endoscopy and device-assisted enteroscopy for diagnosis and treatment of small-bowel disorders: European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) Technical Review

Emanuele Rondonotti, Cristiano Spada, Samuel Adler, Andrea May, Edward J Despott, Anastasios Koulaouzidis, Simon Panter, Dirk Domagk, Ignacio Fernandez-Urien, Gabriel Rahmi, Maria Elena Riccioni, Jeanin E van Hooft, Cesare Hassan, Marco Pennazio

Endoscopy 2018 March 14

SMALL-BOWEL CAPSULE ENDOSCOPY (SBCE): 1: ESGE recommends that prior to SBCE patients ingest a purgative (2 L of polyethylene glycol [PEG]) for better visualization.Strong recommendation, high quality evidence.However, the optimal timing for taking purgatives is yet to be established. 2: ESGE recommends that SBCE should be performed as an outpatient procedure if possible, since completion rates are higher in outpatients than in inpatients.Strong recommendation, moderate quality evidence. 3: ESGE recommends that patients with pacemakers can safely undergo SBCE without special precautions.Strong recommendation, low quality evidence. 4: ESGE suggests that SBCE can also be safely performed in patients with implantable cardioverter defibrillators and left ventricular assist devices.Weak recommendation, low quality evidence. 5: ESGE recommends the acceptance of qualified nurses and trained technicians as prereaders of capsule endoscopy studies as their competency in identifying pathology is similar to that of medically qualified readers. The responsibility of establishing a diagnosis must however remain with the attending physician.Strong recommendation, moderate quality evidence. 6: ESGE recommends observation in cases of asymptomatic capsule retention.Strong recommendation, moderate quality evidence.In cases where capsule retrieval is indicated, ESGE recommends the use of device-assisted enteroscopy as the method of choice.Strong recommendation, moderate quality evidence.

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27Dec 17

New article in The Scotsman

A short story how and why we got to Scotland at the Scotsman magazine

Innovation transforms rural healthcare in Scotland

Digital healthcare is linking the NHS to people living on Scottish islands

In modern life there are few areas that have seen more of a transformation through technology than healthcare. From help alarms to helicopter rescues, technology has changed our lives and nowhere more so than in the Highlands and Islands. …

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