Epworth HealthCare spinal surgeons are being aided by a new digital robotic platform, effectively giving them an extra set of hands in theatre.
ANDHealth has appointed its inaugural International Investment Advisory Committee (IIAC), which will provide critical insights and frontline industry experience to the MRFF funded ANDHealth Digital Health Accelerator Fund and associated ANDHealth+ program.
Siemens Healthineers has launched Naeotom Alpha, claimed to be the world's first photon-counting CT scanner.
SA Health, in partnership with the Australian Digital Health Agency, has trialled secure messaging technology and is now rolling it out in a staged approach.
The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) has partnered with Chamonix to develop a digital health consumer mobile app.
A DHCRC research project is set to apply health informatics solutions to decision-making in hospitals with an aim to deliver safer and more effective patient care.
Melbourne's Box Hill Hospital has signed a deal with My Emergency Doctor that provides the hospital scalable access to virtual senior emergency specialists.
Monash University researchers and Opturion have developed a cloud-based rostering system to improve alertness, productivity and safety among shift workers.
DePuy Synthes, the Orthopaedics business unit of Johnson & Johnson Medical Australia, and the Johnson & Johnson Institute, have launched a mobile training lab bringing training directly to surgeons and their teams around Australia.
Calvary Riverina Hospital in Wagga Wagga is trialling telementoring equipment for surgical training.
Around 48% of Australian patients would choose to rely solely on face-to-face appointments once the country is out of the COVID-19 tunnel and half of respondents (49%) said they are now comfortable with receiving medical services remotely.