Experts have defined the causes of childhood dementia, identifying genetic disorders from progressive brain damage.
Western Health Victoria has appointed Logicalis Australia to enhance collaboration, communication, security and document management capabilities within its health service.
The RACP has made a submission to the Federal Inquiry into Diabetes, with concerns that the methods to assist prevention of type 2 diabetes and obesity are not easily accessible for patients.
Hospital Products Australia and Harris Data Integrity Solutions have come together to address the challenge of duplicated patient records within Australia's evolving electronic health records landscape.
Healthcare, industry and research professionals have cited the importance of international collaboration on new and disruptive technologies to advance digital health for citizens.
With the increasing use of analytics and big data in research, the AHA has released new policy guidance for the collection, storage and ethical use of data.
A new artificial intelligence stethoscope could assist patients and health workers by detecting early signs of heart valve disease.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service has launched an Electronic Health Record, powered by Oracle, to streamline patient records and clinical information collection.
ACT Endoscopy has implemented AI in an attempt to improve clinical outcome and key colonoscopy quality indicators, including polyp and adenoma detection.
A study has found web-based dietary education can support the self-management of type 2 diabetes to achieve health improvements in a short time.
Five Australian digital health companies have received funding support via a commercialisation support program aimed at helping them scale their businesses.
A research collaboration wil help evaluate the effectiveness of tinnitus treatment for patients and measure engagement with different digital interventions.
The level of interest and adoption of generative AI within the Australian healthcare sector is increasing at a rapid rate.
Research by the University of Queensland suggests that an injection of a specific blood factor can replicate the benefits of exercise in the brain.