For devices that carry sensitive patient data, healthcare providers will need to take steps to ensure they have the necessary security protocols and systems in place.
An Australian company has created an artificial intelligence device that can detect if someone suffers a fall in the home, hospital or aged-care facility.
Research presented at this year's International Stroke Conference reported success using a robotic system specifically adapted for neurovascular procedures.
Professor North plays a key role in integrating genomic testing and diagnosis into standard health care, working to identify new disease genes and improve diagnosis and setting the benchmark for ongoing research efforts.
With the help of cloud-based technology, healthcare providers can analyse costing data for trends and insights that can improve the efficiency with which they deliver their services.
With COVID-19 raging across the world, phone-based health services are proving to be vital in supporting consistency and confidence in the provision of health services.
Mater Misericordiae searched for a solution that would deliver necessary patient information into the hands of its clinicians.
A $2 million international project will use cutting-edge geospatial mapping to develop a comprehensive real-time Health Atlas.
According to research conducted by MTPConnect and Asialink Business, Australian businesses should be seizing opportunities emerging from Indonesia's booming digital health ecosystem.
Temporary MBS items are allowing doctors, nurses and mental health professionals to deliver services via telehealth during the COVID-19 crisis.
Rwanda is set to undergo a digital health revolution following a 10-year partnership between the Rwandan government and digital health solutions provider Babyl.
The three-day exhibition is set to showcase more than 12,000 healthcare products and innovations for the hospital, diagnostic, pharmaceutical, medical and rehabilitation sectors.
The platform enables fast communication, improved workflows and staff efficiencies, enhanced patient care and safety, and simplified implementation.
Millennials and Gen Z are taking healthcare innovation into their own hands, bringing a new, patient-focused approach to the forefront.