SentOx is a low-cost oxygen concentrator designed for treating COVID-19 patients in less-developed countries, such as Indonesia, India and South Africa.
Researchers at New York University have come up with a preliminary AI tool that can predict where and when an outbreak might take place.
Innovative products like HomeGuardian can bridge the 'care gap' and transform the independent living, aged-care, disability and hospital sectors in Australia.
Businesses and aged-care facilities in Australia and New Zealand will be able to operate with improved safety, following a collaboration between HPA and US company UV Angel.
Data has proven key to enabling organisations to become more productive and efficient, all while improving the standard of care for patients.
In 2021 we may have to think more broadly about how we can keep up to speed with the latest developments in clinical research and practice.
Facebook has announced important updates to its misinformation policy in relation to COVID-19, COVID-19 vaccines and vaccines in general during the pandemic.
Groundbreaking UK research has provided biological evidence that scalp cooling physically protects hair follicles from chemotherapy drugs.
Macquarie University Hospital is reported to be the first facility in Australia to adopt breakthrough, minimally invasive robotic surgical technology.
For healthcare providers looking to understand where mobile and IoT devices can have the biggest impact on their organisations, there are four main areas to consider.
Whiddon decided to overhaul its IT infrastructure to create a platform that would help futureproof its business and tackle challenges head on.
It is possible to thwart the threat of cyber attackers, but to do so healthcare providers need to acknowledge there is a problem facing their sector.
UNSW Sydney scientists have developed a ceramic-based ink that may allow surgeons in the future to 3D print bone parts complete with living cells.
Research reveals that more than 78% of Australian healthcare workers have been issued with new technologies, such as mobile devices, to support their duties during the pandemic.
One solution that aged-care businesses can pursue — in order to help their employees to be healthier, happier and stress-free — is the use of technology within the care environment.