South Korea designates five centres for public health-related information evaluation
The South Korean Ministry of Wellness and Welfare has officially launched designated centres for secure health-related information utilisation.
The ministry has named 5 centres which have been equipped with physical, technical, and managerial safety measures to enable the secure utilisation of public health-related and clinical information for investigation purposes.
These centres are the Korea Wellness and Health-related Data Service in Seoul, Keimyung University Dongsan Health-related Center in Daegu, Wonju Severance Christian Hospital in Wonju, Chungnam National University Hospital in Chungnam, and the National Cancer Center (NCC) in Gyeonggi.
Furthermore, the ministry announced that the use of cancer information from the NCC’s K-Remedy project by way of the information utilisation centres will start in June.
South Korea expedites commercialisation of VR therapy for visual impairment
The South Korean Wellness Ministry has lately designated a VR-primarily based software program therapy visual impairment as an revolutionary health-related device, accelerating its approval method.
Created by nearby digital therapeutics enterprise Nunaps, VIVID Brain is the 1st recognised South Korean DTx for enhancing visual impairment brought on by brain harm. It offers visual perception education to improve brain plasticity, veering from prevalent sensory compensation and substitution methods utilized to treat visual impairment.
South Korea lately created alterations in its approval method for novel health-related devices to hasten their use in clinical settings.
VIVID Brain is nevertheless undergoing proof-of-notion research to additional get clinical use clearance in South Korea.
Indonesia, Iran collaborate for telerobotic surgery
Indonesia and Iran have expanded their healthcare cooperation by launching a centre for telerobotic surgery.
The two governments have been testing the notion due to the fact 2021 at Hasan Sadikin Hospital in Bandung and Sardjito Hospital in Yogyakarta. It aims to remove geographical barriers to enable specialists to deliver their solutions remotely to sufferers outdoors big cities and to collaborate with fellow specialists abroad. It also seeks to minimise post-surgical complications and lessen economic fees.