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.
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.
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?
Mobile technology could be the cure for futureproofing doctor–patient relationships.
The TX Temp — Enless temperature sensor from HLP Controls provides data logging to the cloud to ensure vaccine and blood fridges are at the correct temperature.
The USM-500 medical-grade edge server is designed to provide a cost-effective server solution for a wide range of medical applications.
If health facilities are using the wrong toner, that easy-to-overlook printing component could be a bigger potential hazard than even the drugs administered and prescribed by the clinic.
At the centre of every hospital's safety program is the patient wristband, which ensures that accurate patient information is always available at the point of care.
Effective care depends on smooth and efficient processes, and robust, reliable and secure communication and information sharing is mission-critical.
A cancer patient may still be alive today if his clinicians had spoken to each other, rather than relying on faxed reports.
Dr Ooi, and his colleague Dr Michael Coffey, are seeking to revolutionise the way medical students learn... through gaming.
When thinking about hospitals and the day-to-day technology that staff use to look after patients, it is easy to focus on larger equipment like an MRI or CT Scanner.
From chaotic emergency rooms to quiet waiting rooms, the healthcare industry relies on technology to perform its tasks reliably so carers can focus on the health of patients rather than the health of their IT equipment.
If you find yourself in the emergency room as a patient, things have probably not gone your way in recent times. Chances are you would prefer to be anywhere else and so when it comes time to be admitted, the more effortless that process is, the better.
New technology will enable health data to flow securely from one healthcare provider to another.