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Find out the latest news on how Vtuls is working towards its mission of helping clinicians and caregivers to protect and improve the lives of vulnerable patients.

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Study will look at the impact of Vtuls’ AI tech in a care home environment

Vtuls is proud to be partnering in a new trial with a UK-based Digital Innovation Centre that will use our AI and Machine Learning technology to monitor the vital signs of care home residents in order to spot early evidence of health deterioration. The study is a collaboration with the Digital Innovation Centre in Kent

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  • April 16, 2021

Why Vtuls was Highly Commended at the HTN Awards 2020

Vtuls has been highly commended in the ‘Best Use of AI’ category at The HTN Awards 2020 for its work in using AI and Machine Learning to provide early warnings for deterioration in health. We have seen so much innovation in 2020 and of course this is a challenging category – in fact the winner

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  • October 27, 2020

Vtuls shortlisted at The HTN Awards 2020

We are delighted to announce that Vtuls has been shortlisted in the ‘Best Use of AI’ category at The HTN Awards 2020. The Health Tech Newspaper (HTN) Awards 2020 celebrates great technology, partnerships and innovations that are really making a difference across the health and care sector. Vtuls was recognised by a panel of judges

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  • September 24, 2020

Covid-19 disproportionately affects the elderly, solutions should be disproportionately focused on protecting them

This week, The Times reported that there is to be a two month delay in the planned implementation of monthly testing for care home residents. The news follows a report by The Public Accounts committee that described the treatment of care homes during the Covid-19 pandemic as “reckless”. I have written before about how monthly

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  • August 5, 2020
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Symptom checking of care home visitors should be a reopening requirement

This week the Government announced that families and friends will be reunited with loved ones in care homes as visits restart. (1) This is wonderful news for the mental wellbeing of residents – and their families. The damaging consequences of the enforced separation was said to be causing significant deterioration among some residents, according to

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  • July 23, 2020

Monthly testing in care homes is not enough – daily monitoring is required

Last week the Government announced that it will introduce monthly testing for all care home residents in the UK and weekly tests for staff. Sector Leaders such as Care England’s Professor Martin Green were quite right to welcome this news as a “step in the right direction,” however, if it is to have real impact

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  • July 13, 2020

Vtuls offers its AI-driven remote monitoring tech for FREE to Care Homes

The impact that Covid-19 is having on Care Homes is very troubling for us here at Vtuls. As a company that’s driven by using our expertise in healthcare, AI and enterprise software to protect and improve the lives of vulnerable patients we’re keen to explore how we can help. That’s why we’ve decided to offer

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  • May 19, 2020

How Vtuls can help in the fight against Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has placed huge pressure on health services around the world as hospitals, care homes and other healthcare services do all they can to cope with the outbreak. This has led to a rise in the adoption of telehealth as patients warm to the idea of receiving healthcare advice virtually in these unprecedented

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  • May 16, 2020

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