Melbourne's Box Hill Hospital has signed a deal with My Emergency Doctor that provides the hospital scalable access to virtual senior emergency specialists.
Monash University researchers and Opturion have developed a cloud-based rostering system to improve alertness, productivity and safety among shift workers.
DePuy Synthes, the Orthopaedics business unit of Johnson & Johnson Medical Australia, and the Johnson & Johnson Institute, have launched a mobile training lab bringing training directly to surgeons and their teams around Australia.
Calvary Riverina Hospital in Wagga Wagga is trialling telementoring equipment for surgical training.
Around 48% of Australian patients would choose to rely solely on face-to-face appointments once the country is out of the COVID-19 tunnel and half of respondents (49%) said they are now comfortable with receiving medical services remotely.
A group of international researchers has applied artificial intelligence (AI) technology to detect and monitor retinal diseases on a large scale more accurately.
Beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, how do we maintain the momentum in virtual care that is transforming our health system?
Melbourne woman Jodie Talone is said to be the first patient in Australia to have a tumour removed with the assistance of the SCOUT radar technology.
Working with large datasets, the health industry has embraced artificial intelligence and machine learning to solve challenges in everything from patient care, medical imaging, diagnosis to genetic analysis and drug research and development.
A South Australian research project focusing on 3D technology hopes to improve knee, hip and spine surgeries.
While two-thirds of Australians have been working from home since the beginning of the pandemic, a large number of healthcare workers have been putting themselves at risk on the frontline, working extended hours and taking on a greater workload, to ensure health and safety of all of us.
During lockdowns, senior Australians used fewer in-person visits with their GPs and telehealth visits became a core service for non-urgent care.
The NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) is collaborating with researchers and industry to deliver a quarantine monitoring system that supports the state's plan to return to normal.