Recent data breaches and the findings of the latest 'Notifiable data breaches' report stress the need for organisations to have robust information-handling practices and an up-to-date data breach response plan.
The Australian Digital Health Agency and CSIRO’s Australian e-Health Research Centre have launched a new collaboration.
Digital holograms are an emerging tool in operating rooms across the globe. Now, a HoloLens mixed reality headset has been used during surgery.
Healthcare software company Modeus will roll out its HS8 Controlled Medication Register application, in partnership with WA Health.
Around nine Australians take their own life each day, and it is the leading cause of death for Australians aged 15–44.
Dr Benjamin Kanter, a physician innovator and CMIO, Vocera, reflects on the role of technology in transforming care delivery and patient outcomes.
Engineers at Stanford University have created a small device that can be adhered to the skin to measure the changing size of tumours below.
This technology promises to significantly ease the strain on medical staff and could impact clinical decisions.
In a healthcare system that values cutting-edge technology to diagnose, treat and manage conditions, consistent sharing of consumer health information remains an elusive target.
Simple voice recordings and fine-tuned AI algorithms can potentially help determine which patients have COVID-19 infection.
ICU Staff Specialist Dr David Cook said this is a genuinely useful and implementable way of managing unexpected patient deterioration across a large hospital.
The service will be rolled out to all specialties at the hospital following an initial 12-week trial in Haematology, Immunology, Anaesthesia & Pain Medicine and Gastroenterology & Liver outpatient clinics.
The Northern Territory Government has successfully rolled out the first stage of its $259 million patient health record system, Acacia.