Aged & Allied Health > Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health

Involving aged care in eHealth - A natural fit

10 September, 2012 by John Connole

Each individual Australian has been issued a health identifier (HI) number. This number will be able to be attached to every electronically held healthcare record made about a citizen over the coming months/years, including information held by Medicare. The inclusion of the HI in software programs across the country will form the cornerstone of the nation’s e-health project and the implementation of each citizen’s Personally Controlled E-Health Record (PCEHR).


Modec electrical security and communications

07 September, 2012 by John Connole

Modec is a market leader in providing security, electrical and data communication solutions to various clients throughout the eastern states of Australia.


Lille Continence Institute

06 September, 2012 by John Connole

Lille Continence Institute is Lille Healthcare’s accredited provider of education and training programs directed at health professionals treating incontinence issues.


When is a nurse call system no longer a nurse call system?

03 September, 2012 by John Connole

Over the past decade we have witnessed some radical changes in the way in which technology has changed the delivery of care in residential aged care.


Digital imaging made easy™

27 August, 2012 by John Connole

The dawn of a new era with the CRANEX® 3D and SCANORA® 3D for all maxillofacial imaging requirements. The new CRANEX® 3D is a high quality imaging system with panoramic, cephalometric and Cone Beam 3D imaging programs. With its new feature EasyScout TM view for 3D images, The CRANEX® 3D makes patient positioning more accurate.


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