A mobile YuMi robot, showcased at the Texas Medical Center, will be designed to assist staff with laboratory and logistics tasks in hospitals.
The World Health Organization has announced a package of tools, including a digital application, to help health and social workers provide better care for older people.
The latest My Health Record update has given patients and healthcare professionals easier access to pathology and diagnostic imaging results.
Government-issued guidelines now stipulate more stringent requirements for e-health cloud security. Here's what healthcare providers need to know.
How can you use questioning and challenging to challenge the status quo and drive innovation in your area of health care?
Some aged-care providers are already changing their business culture to incorporate digital innovation.
While yet to be confirmed compliant in Australia, Amazon's interactive device Alexa is now HIPAA compliant and being utilised by hospitals in the USA.
Virtual reality, while long used as a buzzword in many sectors, has found a real-world application in the medical industry.
The deployment of mobile devices throughout the healthcare field is quickly expanding to better meet the needs of patients by improving internal and external communications or reducing costs.
Canadian scientists have created an artificial intelligence algorithm that can accurately predict Alzheimer's within the next five years.
We meet three healthtech entrepreneurs who are seeking to positively impact the healthcare industry with their innovative services.
Writing doesn't do justice to virtual reality. Nor does looking at an animated, 2D image do anything to convey the feeling of scuba diving through space, playing catch with molecules of buckminsterfullerene.
Eyes have always been the window to the soul... now artificial intelligence can link eye movements to personality type.
As a hospital or health organisation clinician, patient or carer, you may have heard about the importance of UX (user experience) and the impact on daily delivery of health care.
Healthcare organisations around the globe are in various stages of digital transformation, but many are implementing systems randomly, which has led to IT sprawl.