News > October > 2018
£180m Funding Confirmed to Deliver Health and Social Care in WalesPlans to deliver a seamless health and social care system, which supports people to live healthy and independent lives, will receive a £180m funding boost next year, Ministers announced.
Healthcare event organiser announces ABHI partnershipFuture Healthcare has announced a partnership with the Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI) to showcase healthcare solutions in March 2019.
SEHTA 2018 Healthcare Business Awards – Call for Nominations Now Open!
SEHTA is pleased to celebrate excellence by organising its annual regional competition to select the best achieving companies of 2018 in the following 5 categories: Export Achievement Start-up Innovation Partnership with the NHS MedTech or Healthcare Investment of the Year – new category (most significant/transformational public and/or private sector funding received in 2018) Special Outstanding Achievement…
Manufacturing Soars to 6.4 Million Products at Sony UK TEC in PencoedManufacturing output at leading Welsh facility Sony UK Technology Centre (UK TEC) has soared to over six million products annually according to the latest statistics.
Swansea University technology set to revolutionise Australian healthcareTechnology developed by a team at Swansea University Medical School that enables the secure storage and sharing of large scale data for research is set to revolutionise healthcare in Australia.
University think tank ready to share findings on future of health careAcademics at a top think tank are seeking talks with Welsh Health Secretary Vaughan Gething to discuss the future of health and social care in Wales.
Creo Medical secures European distribution agreementsChepstow-headquartered surgical device company Creo Medical has secured framework distribution agreements for four EU countries.
Cardiff University opens world-class biobank
Cardiff University has opened a brand new facility with the capacity to hold up to a million biological samples for medical research. The Cardiff University Biobank, opened today by Health Secretary Vaughan Gething, will give researchers quick and easy access to biological samples to be used in research for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of…