Governments and healthcare providers in Australia are turning to video technology to bring efficiencies and improve patient care.
Enabling Australians who are aged or with disabilities to continue living in their homes with customised assisted-living technology is critical to wellbeing, provides independence with dignity and eases pressure on the health system.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are transforming all sectors of the economy, and promising enormous human impact — nowhere more than in health care.
Digital platforms provide the healthcare industry with great opportunities to empower the patient.
Off-the-shelf quantum dot nanotechnology and a smartphone camera could soon allow doctors to identify antibiotic-resistant bacteria in just 40 minutes, potentially saving patient lives, Australian scientists believe.
Dr Chris Alderman has stepped down as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research — the flagship journal of the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia.
Otoscopes have moved into the 21st century with Spirit Medical's RealView Video Otoscope.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is enabling people and machines to work collaboratively, thereby changing the very nature of healthcare work.
The MIKO IV monitoring system saves healthcare workers from having to regularly check how much fluid remains in a patient's IV.
At just 14 g, the RootiRx is a lightweight, water-resistant, wireless single patch that captures a single-lead ECG signal continuously up to seven days.
The Refront Patient/Room Information Display is designed to replace handwritten or printed patient nameplates and inefficient processes.
Comdek's capnography monitor has a colour TFT display showing EtCO2, SpO2, pulse, respiration, SpO2 and EtCO2 waveform.
Government-issued guidelines now stipulate more stringent requirements for e-health cloud security. Here's what healthcare providers need to know.