holomedicine association

The foundation of the first global association for Holomedicine will illustrate the innovation in this field of digital health and help shape the debate around the digital transformation of healthcare. 

The members of the association will be individuals drawn from the fields of medicine, science, technology and policy. It will consist of doctors and experts from science, technology and politics alike.

    our Mission

    The Holomedicine Association exists to transform healthcare, and bring the benefits of ground-breaking new technology to all patients in need.

    Digital transformation

    It will illustrate the breadth of innovative companies in this field and help shape the debate around the digital transformation of healthcare.

    Integration

    By working with medical experts and policymakers, the association will establish an appropriate framework for holomedicine applications and their integration into the field of digital health.

    Life-changing impact

    It will raise awareness of how this still young technology could be used, and it will demonstrate the life-changing impact of holomedicine-based applications to patients.

    High standards

    The association will set high standards in terms of medical quality, patient safety and data protection; and it will ensure medical staff will be equipped with the information and training they need to deliver the transformative potential of holomedicine applications.

    Supporting Members

    The Holomedicine Association is supported by the following organisations:

    What is HOLOmedicine?

    The Holomedicine Association is not only the first of its kind, but it pioneers a new term – Holomedicine – to describe applications which blend augmented, mixed and virtual reality to allow for the practice and delivery of medicine through sensory camera technology. "Holo" is derived from hologram, whereby medical information such as MRI and CT scans, as well as ultrasound, microscope and endoscope screens, are displayed as holograms. This is viewed through mixed reality glasses while, at the same time, the real-world environment remains completely visible.
    Holomedicine applications can create a 3-dimensional hologram image of a patient’s anatomy, allowing the surgeon or medical professional to carry out multiple practices including surgical planning and preparation, telesurgery, and training to student physicians.

    Latest news

    Feb 2021

    Serbia has leveraged AI to lead the world in its immunization efforts. The small Balkan country is ranked 7th globally and 2nd in Europe in the number of people vaccinated against Covid-19.

    Jan 2021

    As COVID-19 continues to focus the worlds minds on global healthcare systems, governments and advisors clamour to attract medical AI research and development.

    Sep 2020

    As the United Kingdom looks set to wind up the Brexit Transition Period in December, the UK has cast back to old allegiances to set new collaborative horizons, with artificial intelligence research and development a central pillar of new economic collaboration.

    Aug 2020

    As part of its long-term response to COVID-19, and its commitment to detecting three-quarters of cancers at an early stage by 2028, the UK Government has announced a further £50 million in funding to support diagnostic centres of excellence in developing AI to diagnose disease.

    Jul 2020

    As innovation in artificial intelligence-based technologies freely progresses in both healthcare and broader society, calls have mounted for regulatory oversight to control, support, and direct AI-based innovations and their application in society. 

     

    Jun 2020

    AI-powered supercomputing has come to the fore in the European fight against COVID-19. The EU-funded, public and private consortium Exscalate4CoV (E4C) has escalated the fight against COVID-19 through supercomputer-driven drug discovery.

    May 2020

    As COVID-19 continues to disrupt healthcare delivery across the world, telehealth – the provision of healthcare remotely through telecommunication technology – has taken centre stage to support remote and virtual healthcare.

    Apr 2020

    AI is proving to have newfound use in medical imaging of symptoms in COVID-19 patients across the world. The use of AI in diagnostics has proven bountiful over the last few years, and the COVID-19 pandemic has provided further avenues for the application of AI in healthcare.

    Mar 2020

    London’s Middlesex University has announced its new investment into AI technology as a new teaching tool for nursing students.

    Feb 2020

    The European Commission (EC) has published their new Data and AI strategy, which sets out plans to expand Europe’s technological and AI capacities.

    Jan 2020

    In the UK, a new £140million Artificial Intelligence award, which aims to bring life-saving innovation to the NHS, has been launched by the Health secretary Matt Hancock at the ‘Parliament and HealthTech Conference’.

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