A survey reveals that more than 70% of Queensland doctors at the frontline of the COVID-19 crisis do not have sufficient personal protection equipment.
Antimicrobial testing provider Mérieux NutriSciences Australia has prioritised the testing of sanitation products to ensure results are rapidly provided to manufacturers.
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care is calling on consumers, carers, clinicians, service providers and interested stakeholders to provide feedback on the draft standards.
Airepure NATA-certified technicians can replace gel seal or gasket seal HEPA filters within your existing installations and perform HEPA filter integrity testing to meet Australian Standards and healthcare regulations.
A national initiative will support time-critical work and informed decision-making of frontline hospital emergency department (ED) clinicians through the use of patients' My Health Record (MHR).
With a growing demand for improved lifestyles, aged-care facilities face higher expectations than ever before to provide superior services and amenities.
Which three Australian cities ranked in the top 20 best hospital cities in the world?
Clinicians across Australian health services are reducing low-value and unnecessary interventions — such as pathology tests, antibiotics and imaging — as part of the Choosing Wisely Australia initiative.
A national, profession-wide survey is seeking to provide a snapshot of medical training in Australia, through the eyes of doctors.
The Morrison government has unveiled a major quality and safety aged-care reform package.
The NHMRC has released the 2019 edition of the Australian Guidelines for the Prevention and Control of Infection in Healthcare, marking the first update since 2010.
Health contact centres provide advice to the Australian public 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A new Australian standard helps ensure consistency and safety.
We can trace an apple back to its grower, but not medical products back to patients. Traceability needs to be a focus of our healthcare system.
Soon new international standards will replace the existing Australian ones. We outline the key changes and how they can help save lives.
On 1 July 2019 the new Aged Care Quality Standards will come into effect. Here's how to prepare.