Device visibility is the number one issue that healthcare organisations need to address to meet the security challenge.
Auburn Hospital Antenatal Service implemented the Baby Steps program to address worryingly low numbers of women attending antenatal care.
The HS8 platform is specifically designed for hospitals, enabling paperless controlled drug administration in all areas of a hospital.
An industry white paper explores the impact of COVID-19 on the healthcare industry's cybersecurity landscape and shares best-practice guidance for healthcare providers.
IT teams within healthcare institutions should consider a data protection strategy on a foundation of education, implementation and remediation to be impermeable from the word go.
Flexibility within emergency telemedicine allows female emergency physicians to balance purpose with passion and invest deeply in areas of their life outside the emergency department.
The hospital is mitigating the impact of ICU visitor restrictions with HowRU — a bespoke solution that uses video and collaboration technology to help families and ICU patients stay connected.
What will the consequences be when we end up with so many apps that we can't remember which one to use?
The Future Health Index 2020 report uncovers the needs of the next generation of healthcare professionals, providing insights into how to support and empower them.
A multicentre randomised controlled trial has demonstrated the importance of a new spinal cord stimulation technique in providing back pain relief compared with conventional therapy.
Enterprise solutions provider Wavelink has announced the availability of Olinqua's mobile communication application for hospitals.
Thanks to the implantation of a tiny device, patients with upper limb paralysis are now able to text, email and shop online.
The EPD-42T 42″ Healthcare IoT Communication Board is designed for hospitals and healthcare institutions, allowing mobile digital workflow.
We need to refocus healthcare training for an era where telehealth, home-based treatment and monitoring are prominent and AI, data and machine learning augment health care.
A smartphone app is now available to help Australian doctors diagnose common respiratory diseases remotely.