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.

The digital Swiss Army knife of the hospital ward

08 April, 2021 by Jane Allman | Supplied by: Wavelink

The Connected Health platform puts a plethora of resources into a nurse or doctor's pocket via a Spectralink Versity clinical smartphone device.

Amplifying the signal for new patient services

07 April, 2021 by Dhannu Daniel, Managing Director, Management Consulting, Accenture, Global Patient Survey, patient services

Digital technologies to manage patients' health present an opportunity to advance the adoption of digital patient services.

Unlocking the potential of IoT in health care to save lives

01 April, 2021 by Michael Dyson, VP of Sales, APAC at SOTI

With such a complex set of demands and potential solutions, just how can decision-makers unlock the potential of the IoT to improve patient care?

National ICU dashboard critical during Vic second wave

30 March, 2021

The Critical Health Resources Information System (CHRIS) provides real-time data on ICU activity and capacity, and facilitates the transfer of critically ill patients.

Enhancing the virtual patient experience: 10 etiquette tips

30 March, 2021 by Alex Thornhill, EfficientIP*

Doctors and healthcare providers must compensate for the impersonal nature of telehealth with proper virtual consultation etiquette.

How tapping into telehealth has extended our reach of services

30 March, 2021 by Marion Adeney-Steel, Clinical Lead Physiotherapist at Remedy Healthcare

Physiotherapist Marion Adeney-Steel has found that video telehealth outcomes can be just as good as, if not better than, face-to-face sessions.

Western Sydney partnership to build one health ecosystem

30 March, 2021

Health providers and professional groups are working together to address health prevention and better chronic disease management.

Can artificial intelligence help reduce the rate of bowel cancer?

30 March, 2021 by Andrew Currie, CEO of Cura Day Hospitals Group

It sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie. Computers scrubbing in on medical procedures? But the future is, in fact, now.

The role of communication in Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout

29 March, 2021 by Susan Lucas Collins, Global Head of Healthcare Services at Twilio

Strategic and effective communication will play a critical role in ensuring effective, equitable vaccine dissemination.

Virtual collaboration room provides immersive transplant training

19 March, 2021

The X2O Collaboration Room is an immersive virtual training environment for global clinical users of the life-saving Organ Care System technology.

Can intelligent automation reduce errors in the healthcare sector?

18 March, 2021 by Greg Eyre Vice President, ANZ Blue Prism

By automating processes and streamlining clinical pathways, intelligent automation can empower the healthcare industry to provide better patient care.

Three elements of digital infrastructure for healthcare digital innovation

15 March, 2021 by Rajaneesh Kurup, Head of Healthcare Strategy, Equinix Asia–Pacific

COVID-19 has driven a necessity for healthcare providers to embrace hybrid multi-cloud architectures, as they often deliver agility, flexibility and the greatest level of innovation.

Exoskeleton technology comes to Australia

15 March, 2021

Royal Rehab has entered into an agreement with United States robotic company Ekso Bionics to bring advanced exoskeleton technology to Australia.

Digital engagement key to post-COVID business survival, says report

10 March, 2021

Twilio's State of Customer Engagement Report reveals that digital communications were critical to business survival in 2020.

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