A $2 million international project will use cutting-edge geospatial mapping to develop a comprehensive real-time Health Atlas.
Amid escalating public debate over the value of private health insurance, the government and key industry bodies are scrambling to take steps to reduce premium increases and counter the decline in membership.
Compliant with the IEC 60601-1 Ed. 3.1 standard for medical devices and IP65 rated for dust and water resistance, the AIM-58 tablet is purpose-built for medical and healthcare applications.
Despite advances in medical devices and biotech, the health industry is battling a technology paradox: hidden behind cutting-edge medical breakthroughs are ailing IT systems.
Connected care makes smart bed data visible, useful and actionable to impact patient falls, patient satisfaction and caregiver efficiency.
Increasing patient demands and a wave of technological innovation will force healthcare providers to redesign their service delivery methods in 2020.
AI will be critical in transforming the future of health care through improved preventative, diagnostic and treatment approaches.
Consumerism is expected to play a key role in defining the future of healthcare technologies as patients demand transparency from their providers and the industry, says Dr Simon Wallace.
The healthcare sector should phase out paper prescriptions sooner rather than later, according to the Chair of the SHPA's Electronic Medications Management Leadership Committee, James Grant.
Theratrak's AI-driven app supports allied health clinicians to work collaboratively to create, monitor and track custom therapy programs for their clients.
A team of metabolism scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Morgridge Institute for Research are working to drive forward personalised medicine using the health information contained in urine.
Mobile devices are becoming an increasingly important part of modern healthcare delivery.
Recent ransomware attacks serve as critical reminders of the fragmentation of health services in rural areas and the vulnerabilities within these networks that can be exploited.
With health care being heavy in high-volume, basic, rules-based manual process activity, it is an industry that is ripe for the intervention of robotic process automation.
RMIT University, Telstra Health and the Digital Health CRC are partnering to develop analytical software that will predict deterioration and support clinical decision-making.