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The importance of visitor management in hospitals and healthcare facilities

20 May, 2021 by Stephen Darracott, Vice President and Country Manager, Pitney Bowes Japan, Australia and New Zealand

Healthcare facilities must invest in visitor management technology to meet the increasing requirements to better manage visitor information for staff and patient safety.

Why data is key to Australia's vaccine rollout

18 May, 2021 by Charlie Farah, Director, Healthcare and Public Sector APAC at Qlik

What are the supply chain issues for getting Australians vaccinated, and what role does data and analytics play?

Can employers direct employees to be vaccinated?

08 March, 2021 by Patrick Walsh, Director, DW Fox Tucker Lawyers

When is it lawful and reasonable for employers to direct employees to undergo vaccination against COVID-19?

The health and financial imperative to improve health care's environmental footprint

26 February, 2021 by Dr Emma-Leigh Synnott, Dr Carrie Lee

Our changing climate is exposing Australians to climate-related illnesses, and healthcare services are vulnerable to a range of risks.

Safely store vaccines, bloods, insulins and medicines

25 January, 2021

Keeping patients and staff safe in today's high risk environment is more challenging than ever. But there's one area where you can significantly reduce your risk.

Help for difficult-to-pipette samples

02 November, 2020

If you are working with samples that are difficult to pipette or can be damaged by pipetting, you should consider using wide bore pipette tips.

Harcor Security bags for medical records, medicines and equipment

01 November, 2020

Harcor's range of security bags is designed for the sanitary storage and transportation of medical records, medicines and equipment.

Harcor custom-made specimen bags

01 November, 2020

Harcor's printed, clear-coloured specimen bags are compartmentalised to prevent cross infection during transportation of specimens to the laboratory for testing.

How printers are increasing the risk of data breaches in hospitals

16 September, 2020 by Adam O’Neill, Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand, Y Soft

In Australia, health service providers are the most common victims of data breaches, accounting for 115 of a total of 518 data breaches reported in the period January to June 2020.

HEPA filters and housings for hospital environments

01 August, 2020

Technical information on effective HEPA design and operation for hospital environments.

Bollé Safety DFS2 disposable face shield

01 August, 2020

Bollé Safety's line of products is designed specifically for the healthcare and service industries.

TOE Probe Complete Care — Have you been damaging your TOE Probe?

01 July, 2020

A thorough understanding of the TOE ultrasound probe and how it should be reprocessed is critical.

BC Biomedical ULT 2000 Series Ultrasound Transducer Leakage Tester

01 July, 2020

The Electrical Leakage Tester is designed to test the electrical safety of all types of diagnostic ultrasound transducers.

Hospital in the Home sees rapid growth

20 May, 2020

Research shows the rapid growth in healthcare delivery via Hospital in the Home is resulting in fewer hospital readmissions and fewer deaths.

COVID-19 antibody library announced

01 May, 2020

Global peptide, protein and antibody producer ProteoGenix has announced a Human Immune COVID-19 library for the fast discovery of potent antibodies against SARS-CoV-2.

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