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Allm EMEA GmbH attended the conference organized by the Order of Malta at the Magistral Villa in Rome, titled “E-Health: from current experiences to future opportunities” on Tuesday November 2. The Order of Malta is one of the oldest organizations in the world which was founded in the 11th century and is now a charitable Catholic order. They presented "A digital communication solution to tackle challenges in healthcare around the...

The St. Antonius Hospital in Eschweiler was named “Germany’s Best Hospital” last year and is the largest hospital in the Aachen area with eleven specialized departments and 1,300 employees. Of these, around 200 doctors are currently trying out Join in their daily work. The most exciting phase of the project is currently underway: the roll-out and onboarding of the clinical staff. In the current issue of the German healthcare journal...

The St. Antonius Hospital in Eschweiler was named "Germany's Best Hospital" last year and is the largest hospital in the Aachen area with eleven specialized departments and 1,300 employees. Of these, around 200 doctors are currently trying out the messenger app Join in their daily work. Fast, efficient and secure communication is indispensable for the employees of the facility. In the current issue of the German healthcare journal “Health&Care Management”,...

The WHO's motto for this year's World Health Day is “Building a fairer, healthier world for everyone”, highlighting the urgent need to eliminate health inequities worldwide. The motto emphasizes WHO’s principle that “the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition.” The Corona pandemic indeed amplified health inequities and...

These days messenger applications are an integral part of social and work life. It is practically impossible to communicate any easier or more efficiently. Accordingly, their usage is also increasing in the clinical workplace. Messenger services in a clinical environment particularly develop their full potential when the various personnel in the healthcare system are connected with each other across sectors. The stroke team of the Central Hospital in Karlstad (Sweden)...

In the current issue of the German healthcare journal “E-Health-Com”, Prof. Dr. med. Kamler, Head of the Thoracic Organ Transplantation at the University Hospital Essen (Germany), reports how patients with an artificial heart assist device benefit from Join and how the app increases patient safety. The short version of the article: Initially meant as a temporary surrogate until a donor heart is available, artificial hearts considered nowadays as long-term therapy...

These days messenger applications are an integral part of social and work life. It is practically impossible to communicate any easier or more efficiently. Accordingly, their usage is also increasing in the clinical workplace. Messenger services in a clinical environment particularly develop their full potential when the various personnel in the healthcare system are connected with each other across sectors. The Kliniken Maria Hilf in Mönchengladbach (Germany) launched the Konsil...

Allm has partnered with Stryker to facilitate streamlined patient care in European stroke centers and improve communication in the whole stroke treatment workflow. In order to keep the consequential damage of a stroke as low as possible, timely treatment is critical for success. With Join, medical professionals can access patient information and imaging and consult on treatment decisions. Additionally, Join enables them to track patient transfers and ensure the team’s...

Erlangen, July 2020 – The Healthcare IT company Allm is the newest member of the International Consortium for COVID-19 imaging AI (ICOVAI), an initiative aiming to develop and deploy a not-for-profit cloud-based AI solution for COVID-19 triaging. Allm provides their clinical messenger app Join to enhance communication and sharing of DICOM data sets and results within the growing ICOVAI network. Since CT chest imaging seems promising approach for rapid triaging...