The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (the Commission) has launched the National Safety and Quality Primary and Community Healthcare Standards.
CleanSpace HALO is a powered respirator without the conventional belts and hoses associated with PAPR, in one light and easy-to-use system.
The Cataract Clinical Care Standard will help ensure that patients are prioritised for cataract surgery or non-surgical alternatives based on clinical need.
SoundEars from Sound Safety are wall-mounted units designed to alert staff when sound levels in an area reach a specified level.
Camfil Focus ultraclean ventilation (UCV) systems cater to a range of operating theatre requirements.
Associate Professor Amanda Walker explains why it's time for a consistent approach to using cannulas.
It's time to move away from handwritten, paper-based logs and embrace digital technology, software platforms and modern cooking equipment.
The only way to achieve certainty of supply is by ensuring self-sufficiency; the ability to manufacture everything we need in the volumes we require, to be available on demand.
Not only does the hospital environment require clean, oil-free air, the air must also be dry enough to conform to standards and regulations.
Data standards and 2D scanning capability is increasingly playing a pivotal role in enabling digital health for consumers and health providers.
In wake of COVID-19, the surging demand for PPE led many healthcare providers in Australia and New Zealand to look beyond their existing suppliers for their sourcing needs.
Australia-based Rhinomed's self-administered nasal swab has demonstrated superior performance to the current standard-of-care nasal swab for detecting SARS-CoV-2.
From today, a new clinical standard will change our approach to peripheral intravenous catheter insertion — a procedure carried out on 7.7 million Australians each year.
Babies are being placed at unnecessary risk because their birth by caesarean section is scheduled too early, without a medical reason, according to a major report.
A new national standard of care is set to reduce the risk of women experiencing a serious tear of the perineum during childbirth.