Research reveals that more than 78% of Australian healthcare workers have been issued with new technologies, such as mobile devices, to support their duties during the pandemic.
One solution that aged-care businesses can pursue — in order to help their employees to be healthier, happier and stress-free — is the use of technology within the care environment.
Three Australian small-cap and start-up executives give their take on what we might see from the medtech industry in 2021.
We must learn from the pandemic and use it as a guide for new healthcare models — one that includes greater implementation of technology for remote consultations.
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An innovative, sustainable disinfection technology that uses UV-C light to disinfect ultrasound probes and cables is now available in Australia.
Contact Harald is a contact tracing card solution that combines Bluetooth and wearable tech to support COVID-safe plans.
South Western Sydney Primary Health Network's iRAD project has enabled healthcare organisations to share patient-consented health records across the continuum of care.
QUT PhD data science researcher Ahmed Alkenani has developed a chatbot that can identify multiple stages of dementia by analysing linguistic biomarkers.
Developed as a result of extensive research at Monash University, the platform uses messages, videos, music and personal photographs to stimulate long-term memories.
A digitally driven international research project led by the University of South Australia could provide respite for around two million carers living in the Asia–Pacific region.
We need to look at ways to use new technology to provide truly resident-centric care as well as effective communication and collaboration amongst staff and key stakeholders.
Through technology, hospitals now no longer need struggle to access specialist emergency physicians to provide round-the-clock, quality emergency care.
Critical, real-time access to data can substantially benefit the pharmaceutical industry.
A global healthcare study by mobile and IoT management solutions provider SOTI reveals that only 33% of Australian healthcare workers' time is spent caring for patients.