COVID-19 has demonstrated that different models of care have a place in how we manage patients.
From virtual hospitals to video calls with GPs, innovations in telehealth are transforming the industry and pointing the way forward post-pandemic.
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Changing business models and methods of care can be a daunting task, as healthcare providers seek to find the software and tools that support their business.
With COVID-19 raging across the world, phone-based health services are proving to be vital in supporting consistency and confidence in the provision of health services.
Temporary MBS items are allowing doctors, nurses and mental health professionals to deliver services via telehealth during the COVID-19 crisis.
Rwanda is set to undergo a digital health revolution following a 10-year partnership between the Rwandan government and digital health solutions provider Babyl.
The artificial intelligence technology runs in the background of incoming emergency calls, picking up on key words, language and sound patterns.
In an astounding example of technology advancing health care, a blood clot in the jugular vein of an astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) has been treated via telemedicine.
Personify Patient Care is a proprietary mobile platform developed to help healthcare organisations manage their evidence-based pre-admission and post-discharge protocols.
Hayes' TelePalliative Care Service has transformed the lives of palliative patients and their families in WA's Wheatbelt region.
Epson Australia launches its next-generation Moverio BT-35E augmented reality (AR) smartglasses with transparent Si-OLED display.
Working nightshift is par for the course for healthcare clinicians. But what if there was a way to turn night into day?
Once the majority of Australians have a My Health Record, and more practitioners use the system, a new paradigm for health data control will emerge.
Knee osteoarthritis is estimated to affect nearly a million Australians. Telehealth is leading the way in reducing drug reliance and surgery.