A team of metabolism scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Morgridge Institute for Research are working to drive forward personalised medicine using the health information contained in urine.
Mobile devices are becoming an increasingly important part of modern healthcare delivery.
Recent ransomware attacks serve as critical reminders of the fragmentation of health services in rural areas and the vulnerabilities within these networks that can be exploited.
With health care being heavy in high-volume, basic, rules-based manual process activity, it is an industry that is ripe for the intervention of robotic process automation.
Integrated technologies are helping to liberate nursing staff from administrative duties, allowing them to focus more on patient-centric care.
RMIT University, Telstra Health and the Digital Health CRC are partnering to develop analytical software that will predict deterioration and support clinical decision-making.
The AIMed series of global summits aims to bring together clinicians, hospital leaders and technology experts to kickstart a revolution in health care.
The World Health Organization has announced a package of tools, including a digital application, to help health and social workers provide better care for older people.
The latest My Health Record update has given patients and healthcare professionals easier access to pathology and diagnostic imaging results.
Healthcare workers can often feel like a very small cog in the very big machine that is the healthcare system.
The ACT Health Directorate has awarded TechnologyOne a four-year, $3.2 million contract to replace its on-premise inventory management system.
Governments and healthcare providers in Australia are turning to video technology to bring efficiencies and improve patient care.
Enabling Australians who are aged or with disabilities to continue living in their homes with customised assisted-living technology is critical to wellbeing, provides independence with dignity and eases pressure on the health system.