The Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) is one of a number of leading Australian hospitals working to reduce duplicate or unnecessary healthcare practices as part of the Choosing Wisely Australia initiative.
The nursing sector in particular is seeing increased numbers of ads year on year.
New technology will enable health data to flow securely from one healthcare provider to another.
The 2017–18 federal Budget comes as a relief after previous federal Budgets have seen cuts to aged care funding and associated programs.
David McEwen, author of the new book Navigating the Adaptive Economy, shares his views on the challenges climate changes poses to healthcare and outlines the key opportunities that exist to reduce the impact.
Nominations for one of the most prestigious awards in the Australian health sector — the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards 2017 ACHS Medal — are now open.
With the increasingly clear link between environmental degradation, climate change and related health impacts, St Vincent's Health is rising to the challenge by installing what is claimed to be the largest commercial solar installation of its kind in Australia.
The Texas Medical Center runs the TMCx accelerator program, which provides start-up companies with shared workspace, a curriculum tailored to the needs of healthcare entrepreneurs and the guidance of over 120 industry advisers.
The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS) has elected Professor Len Notaras AM as its new president.
Providing support during the critical transition period after hospital discharge can reduce the risk of avoidable readmission.
These days, the chief information officer — or CIO — isn't just the person who keeps the computers running.
An online petition by Sydney teenager Gidon Goodman has led to the NSW Governement's decision to cut the cost of parking at public hospitals for patients and visitors most in need.
Medical staff and doctors working in beseiged East Ghouta send out a desperate plea for an end to hospital attacks.
Healthcare leaders, medical students and junior doctors are invited to submit abstracts for the Choosing Wisely Australia National Meeting 2017.
Fatigue and its implications are a profession-wide concern that can put at risk the health and safety of both patients and doctors.