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Procell sets new standard in the medical industry, reducing battery replacement costs

27 March, 2020

Professional battery brand Procell has developed a new range of professional batteries with higher capacity and longevity, resulting in less frequent battery replacements and savings on associated operating costs.


Hospital undergoes digital transformation with network fabric integration

27 March, 2020 by Julian Critchlow, General Manager, Extreme Networks Australia and New Zealand

The San has been undergoing a transformation to become a true digital hospital...


Robotics companies help with COVID-19 response  

24 March, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic grows, robotics providers are responding with technological assistance.


Healthcare companies solve data storage woes

17 March, 2020

After comparing different backup software, Corin selected Synology network attached storage (NAS) and its backup solution for reliability, cost-effectiveness, expandability and ease of use.


Digital supply chain pilot project a success

03 March, 2020

Cross-industry collaboration and partnerships to digitise the supply chain will facilitate the much-needed digital transformation of health care.


Airepure Australia airborne containment and isolation filtration systems

01 March, 2020

Airepure Australia's airborne containment and isolation filtration solutions are designed to meet the critical standards required of modern air filtration.


Advantech AMiS-50E Medical Cart

01 March, 2020

The Advantech AMiS-50E computerised medical cart is certified for use in critical healthcare environments, featuring a 21″ panel, high-performance PC.


Merge forms Australasian Institute of Digital Health

25 February, 2020

The new peak body for health informatics and digital health — The Australasian Institute of Digital Health — is officially open.


Nurses and midwifes go digital at Australian Healthcare Week

19 February, 2020 by Jane Allman

In her presentation, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Information Officer Kate Rezenbrink will discuss nurses' and midwives' relationship with digital health.


The life-saving piece of tech you never noticed is in every hospital

01 February, 2020

Devices like wristband and label printers are crucial for accuracy and efficiency in patient identification and labelling of test samples.


Why generic printer cartridges are not the same as generic drugs

09 January, 2020

Australian medical clinics are very good at meeting their obligations and responsibilities where the health of the patients is concerned. However, something that's often overlooked is the toner used in printers.


A mobile approach to personalising care under the NDIS

29 November, 2019 by Craig Bolton, IT Coordinator, Multitask

The NDIS has had a monumental impact on the care sector, from both a client and provider perspective. For better or worse, it's meant that many care providers have had to rethink their approaches.


Flinders team joins new centre for medical implant tech

08 November, 2019

The new centre will specialise in personalised orthopaedic and maxillofacial solutions and provide training for PhD students and early-career researchers to engage with industry and clinical partners.


5 important ways to maintain patient confidentiality

24 September, 2019

In a world that is becoming ever more digital, how can patient-facing organisations be sure that they are keeping information appropriately protected at all times?


Are healthcare providers ready to embrace a digital future?

11 September, 2019 by Dr Richard Favero*

Mobile technology could be the cure for futureproofing doctor–patient relationships.


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