Moving into virtual-reality- and augmented-reality-based training can — and should — change the traditional learning methodologies.
The HIT-W183 is an innovative, ultra-slim healthcare information terminal from the Advantech iHealthcare series.
Refugee camps are fertile grounds for disease. A start-up has created an app to quickly diagnose skin manifestations, so more patients can be seen, faster.
A new technique, supported by artificial intelligence, supports the instant and early diagnosis of one of the top causes of blindness.
When successfully embedded with electonic medical systems, CDSSs can save lives.
GS1 Australia's Recall Health shares the most up-to-date product recall information with all involved stakeholders in real time.
The next-generation EMR is innovating through solution, strategy, technology and change management.
A technology start-up has created a mobile app that converts non-standard language into readily understood speech, restoring speech to stroke victims.
POC series terminals are high-performance, medical-grade devices with the capability to support multiple displays for complex imaging-related healthcare applications.
Technological disruption, fuelled by the Internet of Things (IoT) and Blockchain, is impacting all aspects of the healthcare value chain in game-changing ways.
The ability to focus on vulnerabilities allows appropriate responses to the complexities of patients, clients and carers to be developed.
CRISPR gene editing restored muscle function in dogs with DMD to near-normal levels in the heart, diaphragm and other muscles; a cure for kids is close.
For patients experiencing sleep apnoea, finding a quiet, lightweight and comfortable solution is a must.
When it comes to innovation, it is okay for healthcare organisations to look for inspiration from other industries and organisations.
Sigma Care has designed a dialysis chair to maximise patient comfort.