More than ever, hospitals and other organisations in the healthcare ecosystem depend on network infrastructure to ensure that information flows freely, accurately and reliably.
RMIT University, along with industry partners, has launched a new hub to drive digital health innovation to support healthcare transformation and citizen health in Australia and internationally.
Northern Health has partnered with The Clinician as part of the statewide expansion of the Victorian Virtual Emergency Department (VVED).
WA's COVID-19 contact tracing system was recently deemed to be riddled with privacy and security concerns.
With rapid technology advancements and more complex care needs, organisations are under pressure to deliver digital-first, seamless and connected experiences.
Qlik has announced it will play a vital role in the transformation of the Australian Defence Force's (ADF's) e-health management system.
AI is poised to play a significant role in the delivery of health care for all Australians, but if we are to realise its full potential, safely, we need an urgent plan.
A new microscopic imaging device small enough to fit on a smartphone camera lens could potentially make mobile medical diagnosis of diseases affordable and accessible.
Healthcare providers must pay careful attention to their cyber hygiene or find themselves facing unexpected, costly and potentially life-threatening consequences.
Bethesda Health Care has partnered with Microsoft to install a cloud-based solution at its new mental health clinic in Cockburn, Perth.
In recent years teleconsultations have played a growing role in the delivery of healthcare and support services across Australia.
An Adelaide father–son duo — UniSA's Associate Professor Chris Alderman and his son Jonathon — have developed a free medical word game, Meddle.
The $60.5 million Weststate Private Hospital in Townsville has appointed Rauland Australia to deploy technology aimed at ensuring patient experience is at the forefront of its services.
From July this year, Australia's MBS telehealth system is going to change once again, and this comes after two years of constantly evolving rules and regulations regarding the delivery of healthcare services in this country.
Metro North Health's The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH) has introduced new radiation protection technology to safeguard cardiologists from potentially harmful radiation while performing life-saving procedures.