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AI system helps detect retinal diseases

12 October, 2021

A group of international researchers has applied artificial intelligence (AI) technology to detect and monitor retinal diseases on a large scale more accurately.

Three critical ways to keep your data healthy

07 October, 2021 by Lucas Salter, General Manager, Data Protection Solutions, Asia Pacific & Japan, Dell Technologies

Working with large datasets, the health industry has embraced artificial intelligence and machine learning to solve challenges in everything from patient care, medical imaging, diagnosis to genetic analysis and drug research and development.

Leveraging AI and automation to save lives

04 October, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has stretched healthcare systems to their limits and highlighted the need for digital innovation within our hospital facilities.

Universities, industry partner for AI-based quarantine monitoring system

28 September, 2021

The NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) is collaborating with researchers and industry to deliver a quarantine monitoring system that supports the state's plan to return to normal.

National ambulance data system recognised

27 September, 2021

The team behind the National Ambulance Surveillance System (NASS), a data collection system pulling together information from ambulance callouts across the country, has been recognised as a finalist in Research Australia's awards.

SA hospitals: digital analytics tool to improve staff planning, patient outcomes

06 September, 2021

A new Digital Health CRC (DHCRC) project aims to enhance workforce planning and improve patient outcomes at South Australia's major public hospitals.

How 'New Science' can enhance patient treatment

09 August, 2021 by Dhannu Daniel, Accenture Australia Life Sciences Lead

Accenture has identified three ways that biopharma companies can help bridge the gap between treating customers and reaching profitability using New Science.

Harnessing the human genome to personalise health care

05 August, 2021 by Jane Allman

Genomic sequencing is a valuable tool that can be wielded to improve health outcomes, and it holds great promise for the future of medicine.

Why open data must underpin our nation's COVID vaccination rollout

03 August, 2021 by Charlie Farah, Director, Industry Solutions for Healthcare and Public Sector, Qlik

A slow-paced vaccination rollout could undermine all of Australia's COVID achievements so far.

Why healthcare security needs urgent care

28 July, 2021 by Thomas Fikentscher, Regional Director ANZ, CyberArk

Increased ransomware incidents in health care require stringent protection of critical systems and data.

Why IoT is mission critical to monitoring all the vital signs of healthcare logistics

08 July, 2021 by Nick Hoskins, ANZ Country Manager, Cloudera

The healthcare sector can turn to IoT, big data and machine learning to power research, develop new treatments and improve existing ones, and take the pain out of logistical failures.

Cybercrime: how to protect your business, your patients and yourself

24 June, 2021 by Josh Lemon*

Patient data is valuable for providing care, but it's also valuable to another, less savoury contingent: cybercriminals.

HealthData21 conference goes virtual

04 June, 2021

As a result of the COVID-19-related lockdown in Melbourne, HealthData21 will be delivered in a virtual format over three days: on 15, 18 and 22 June.

Melbourne lockdown delays HealthData21, now to be virtual

28 May, 2021

HealthData21 has been deferred until June 2021 and will be delivered online.

How the right data storage can help drive digital transformation in health care

28 May, 2021 by Mark Jobbins, VP & Field Chief Technology Officer, Asia Pacific & Japan, Pure Storage

Healthcare organisations can address cybersecurity risks by implementing agile storage solutions that integrate data and maintain security, availability and performance.

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