How AI is helping Rohingya refugee health

25 February, 2019

Refugee camps are fertile grounds for disease. A start-up has created an app to quickly diagnose skin manifestations, so more patients can be seen, faster.

Health sector tops notifiable data breaches

19 February, 2019

Last quarter the health sector had the highest number of data breaches of any industry, due to human error and malicious or criminal attacks.

App helps inexperienced perioperative nurses

04 February, 2019 by Laini Bennett

A stressful experience in an operating theatre inspired perioperative nurse Marrianne McGhee to build an app that helps inexperienced junior nurses.

Advantech 24″ PAX-324 Medical-Grade Monitor

01 February, 2019 | Supplied by: Advantech Australia Pty Ltd

Advantech's Medical-Grade PAX-324 monitor is designed to deliver medical images of optimal quality.

AI supports instant diagnosis of top eye disease

30 January, 2019

A new technique, supported by artificial intelligence, supports the instant and early diagnosis of one of the top causes of blindness.

How clinical decision support systems can save lives

21 January, 2019 by Dr Rohin Rameswarapu*

When successfully embedded with electonic medical systems, CDSSs can save lives.

GS1 Australia Recall Health product recall system

17 January, 2019 | Supplied by: GS1 Australia

GS1 Australia's Recall Health shares the most up-to-date product recall information with all involved stakeholders in real time.

Unlocking meaning in EMRs

14 January, 2019 by Solange Plebani*

The next-generation EMR is innovating through solution, strategy, technology and change management.

How virtual reality is changing health care

14 January, 2019 by Matthew Bardsley*

Virtual reality, while long used as a buzzword in many sectors, has found a real-world application in the medical industry.

Increasing patient involvement: 4 rules of engagement

08 January, 2019 by Dr Yossi Cohen* | Supplied by: InterSystems Corporation (Australia)

Efforts to engage the general population in electronic health care are often overshadowed by privacy and security concerns, and must be handled with care.

Innovating our way through the healthcare data tsunami

01 January, 2019 by Dimitri Fane and Kathleen Aller, InterSystems | Supplied by: InterSystems Corporation (Australia)

In the early days of computerised healthcare analytics, it was exciting when summarised billing data and tabular reporting delivered insights opportunities for improvement.

Tech gives voice back to stroke victims

18 December, 2018 by Bob Sherbin

A technology start-up has created a mobile app that converts non-standard language into readily understood speech, restoring speech to stroke victims.

Personify Patient Care mobile platform

01 December, 2018 | Supplied by: Personify Care

Personify Patient Care is a proprietary mobile platform developed to help healthcare organisations manage their evidence-based pre-admission and post-discharge protocols.

Data breach? Probably not hackers...

27 November, 2018

A new study has found that most healthcare data breaches are due to internal issues rather than sophisticated hackers. But there is a way to plug the gap.

Terso Automated Inventory Management Cabinets

07 November, 2018 | Supplied by: Electro-Com (Australia) Pty Ltd

Terso Solutions, Inc provides innovative RFID hardware and software solutions for automating supply chain and inventory processes.

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