Professor Gustavo Carneiro from the Australian Institute for Machine Learning explains our pathway to current computer-aided diagnosis.
Having accurate data is arguably the most critical concern for those who work in the healthcare sector; however, staying on top of this is not always an easy task.
With the impacts of COVID-19 being felt across the globe, the global healthcare sector has turned to technology to aid and accelerate innovation in the hope of combatting the pandemic.
Healthcare software provider PowerHealth is establishing a question and answer session for the healthcare costing community to assist with queries arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor North plays a key role in integrating genomic testing and diagnosis into standard health care, working to identify new disease genes and improve diagnosis and setting the benchmark for ongoing research efforts.
With the help of cloud-based technology, healthcare providers can analyse costing data for trends and insights that can improve the efficiency with which they deliver their services.
Problems with availability and access to information are keeping healthcare organisations from effectively using their data to impact lives and improve patient care.
The Living Better Lab is set to provide a platform for major initiatives that aim to improve the quality of life for older Australians.
Governments and healthcare providers in Australia are turning to video technology to bring efficiencies and improve patient care.
The ACT Health Directorate has awarded TechnologyOne a four-year, $3.2 million contract to replace its on-premise inventory management system.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are transforming all sectors of the economy, and promising enormous human impact — nowhere more than in health care.
As mobility continues to transform the way we live and work, cybersecurity and privacy concerns are top of mind for many individuals and businesses.
Using predictive analytics to design your future health facility will streamline the design process and outcomes — and save costs.
In the early days of computerised healthcare analytics, it was exciting when summarised billing data and tabular reporting delivered insights opportunities for improvement.
Tunstall took out the runner-up position at the prestigious international awards.