Technology > Health Informatics

Minitab Healthcare Module

01 July, 2022

Created with healthcare professionals in mind, Minitab's Healthcare Module provides guided data analysis in commonly used and understood healthcare terms.

Expo puts health and hygiene on the radar

28 June, 2022

At a time when hygiene within hospitals and healthcare facilities has never been more critical, the latest services, technology and products will be on show at the 2022 ISSA Cleaning & Hygiene Expo.

Telehealth: Critical Connectivity is only a product away

27 June, 2022

Since early March 2020 telehealth services have skyrocketed, with more than 86.3 million COVID-19 MBS telehealth services delivered to 16.1 million patients.

Mackay Base Hospital gives clinicians more time to care with clinical artificial intelligence

20 June, 2022

Mackay Hospital and Health Service serves around 180,000 people in a range of regional, community, and rural settings in Queensland.

An infrastructure prescription for transformation

17 June, 2022 by Sanjiv Verma, Vice President, Asia Pacific, Ruckus Networks, CommScope

More than ever, hospitals and other organisations in the healthcare ecosystem depend on network infrastructure to ensure that information flows freely, accurately and reliably.

Northern Health, The Clinician team up to expand Vic virtual ED

01 June, 2022

Northern Health has partnered with The Clinician as part of the statewide expansion of the Victorian Virtual Emergency Department (VVED).

Getinge Australia T-DOC Electronic Traceability solution

02 May, 2022

Getinge Australia's T-DOC Electronic Traceability solution helps deliver sterile goods with quality assurance.

Pharmacy clinician creates medical Wordle, Meddle

08 April, 2022

An Adelaide father–son duo — UniSA's Associate Professor Chris Alderman and his son Jonathon — have developed a free medical word game, Meddle.

Protecting patients from ransomware attacks

31 March, 2022 by AJ Missaghi Chief Technology Officer – Healthcare & Life Sciences (APJ), Dell Technologies

The moves made by Australian healthcare leaders to digitally transform health services now will directly impact the long-term wellbeing of citizens and protect the future economy.

Brisbane hospital introduces radiation protection technology

30 March, 2022

Metro North Health's The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH) has introduced new radiation protection technology to safeguard cardiologists from potentially harmful radiation while performing life-saving procedures.

People making tough times tolerable

28 March, 2022

The global pandemic proved that strong people could make the impossible happen according to Dianne Joannidis, Manager — Aged Care & OxyCare at BOC in Australia.

Cybersecurity is everyone's responsibility

28 March, 2022 by Deana Scott, Cybersecurity Community of Practice Chair, Australasian Institute of Digital Health

Health care continues to become increasingly digitised with an ever-expanding range of infrastructure options, technology platforms and devices being implemented and accessed both internally and externally by hospitals and healthcare organisations.

Traceability in ultrasound infection prevention: standardisation through digitisation

23 March, 2022

Ultrasound probes are used throughout many hospital departments.

Funding boost for local nurse's tech startup

04 February, 2022

Amelio Health, a provider of chronic pain management programs, has received the federal government's Boosting Female Founder Initiative grant.

Smart Hospital, Resilient Organisation

02 February, 2022 by Benjamin Kanter, MD, FCCP Chief Medical Information Officer, Vocera

Clinical and operational systems push out notifications about patient care events: a patient is deteriorating, is about to fall, or has pressed the nurse call button.

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