Technology

Report reveals future priorities of the world's healthcare leaders

20 May, 2021

Royal Philips has released its Future Health Index 2021 Australian report to analyse the current and future priorities of healthcare leaders worldwide.


Deploying robotics in the fight against antimicrobial resistance

18 May, 2021

Researchers are investigating the potential of robotics to modernise the way we monitor antimicrobial resistance (AMR).


Why digital health may be the solution for a sector in crisis

11 May, 2021 by Sam Psathas, Engagement Manager, Logicalis Australia

Digital transformation has the potential to deliver better patient outcomes and experiences, less physician and worker burnout, and increased efficiency across the board.


Connected data: the thread in the needle for future health care

07 May, 2021 by David Irecki*

Healthcare providers need to take the next step and capitalise on the opportunity to leverage data generated by new technologies.


Real-world data critical to study of COVID vaccine in pregnant women

06 May, 2021

Researchers at the CDC have used patient data stored in the Oracle-developed v-safe system to understand the impact of COVID-19 vaccinations on pregnant women.


Artificial super stool: a game changer for gut conditions

03 May, 2021

Collaborative research aims to create a new generation of microbial therapies that can replace donor-derived faecal microbiota transplantation.


Australians want ongoing GP video telehealth services

30 April, 2021

A survey finds 70% of Australians think GPs should offer video telehealth services permanently, with 44% willing to switch GPs to one that offers the service.


Detecting cancer with AI

30 April, 2021

An innovative artificial intelligence application could help examine tissue samples and identify signs of cancer.


The virtual hospital

24 April, 2021

What exactly is a virtual hospital? Hospital + Healthcare spoke with Philips ANZ General Manager Matt Moran to learn more.


Digital care technology: reducing resident falls and dehydration

22 April, 2021 by Tammy Sherwood*

Technology has played a key role in the aged-care industry, adding an extra layer of protection to resident health, safety and wellbeing.


Training for the future of digital medicine

21 April, 2021 by Dr Andrew Baird* and Dr Silvia Pfeiffer^

Training and technology must evolve to equip healthcare practitioners with the skills and knowledge they need to support patients in our digitised world.


Digital health to drive workforce reform

20 April, 2021

AIDH has launched a workforce-focused strategic plan, calling on its members to act as a voice for the future of the health system and drive reform in the health workforce.


Bionics Challenge to accelerate life-changing innovations

19 April, 2021

Bionics Queensland is inviting entries to the Bionics Challenge 2021, a Queensland-led competition designed to unleash life-changing bionic discoveries.


Digital resource launched for Aussies with Young Onset Parkinson's

16 April, 2021

A free-to-download app and resource hub will help to support the 20,000+ young Australians (aged <50 years) living with Young Onset Parkinson's disease.


Exploring flexible technology with Cheryl Rodenfels

15 April, 2021 by Jane Allman

A flexible hybrid cloud model such as Nutanix allows staff to transition from site-based working to remote working, and vice versa, quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively.


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