Technology

3D tech training to improve surgeries

05 October, 2021

A South Australian research project focusing on 3D technology hopes to improve knee, hip and spine surgeries.


Relief for the frontline

05 October, 2021 | Supplied by: My Emergency Doctor

While two-thirds of Australians have been working from home since the beginning of the pandemic, a large number of healthcare workers have been putting themselves at risk on the frontline, working extended hours and taking on a greater workload, to ensure health and safety of all of us.


Leveraging AI and automation to save lives

04 October, 2021 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

The COVID-19 pandemic has stretched healthcare systems to their limits and highlighted the need for digital innovation within our hospital facilities.


Minitab Statistical Software Healthcare Module

01 October, 2021 | Supplied by: Minitab Pty Ltd

Minitab Statistical Software Healthcare Module provides guided data analysis in commonly used and understood healthcare terms.


Universities, industry partner for AI-based quarantine monitoring system

28 September, 2021

The NSW Smart Sensing Network (NSSN) is collaborating with researchers and industry to deliver a quarantine monitoring system that supports the state's plan to return to normal.


National ambulance data system recognised

27 September, 2021

The team behind the National Ambulance Surveillance System (NASS), a data collection system pulling together information from ambulance callouts across the country, has been recognised as a finalist in Research Australia's awards.


$19.75m funding for digital health

13 September, 2021

Digital health commercialisation organisation ANDHealth has opened applications for its flagship program, ANDHealth+, after receiving a $19.75m funding injection.


Cybersecurity: what are healthcare organisations missing?

13 September, 2021 by John Yang, Vice President APJ, Progress | Supplied by: Progress

The OAIC recently released its new data breaches report for the January to June 2021 period. And once again, health care is the most affected industry when it comes to data breaches.


From transactional to personal: the future of virtual care

07 September, 2021 by Kerry Stratton | Supplied by: InterSystems Corporation (Australia)

When COVID-19 hit, healthcare providers around the world transitioned quickly to deliver medical consultations remotely.


SA hospitals: digital analytics tool to improve staff planning, patient outcomes

06 September, 2021

A new Digital Health CRC (DHCRC) project aims to enhance workforce planning and improve patient outcomes at South Australia's major public hospitals.


Info-Organiser digital filing software

03 September, 2021 | Supplied by: Info-Organiser Solutions

The Info-Organiser digital filing software allows users to store sensitive information in a secure system with robust records compliance and workflow features.


Problems with EMR cause burnout, increased errors: study

01 September, 2021

Problems with electronic medical record systems (EMRs) contribute to fatigue, burnout and increased errors, according to a study on EMR usability in Australia.


The power of technology in creating more equitable and accessible health care

26 August, 2021 by Gadi Bichler, Head of Growth and Customer Experience at Curve Tomorrow

Curve Tomorrow develops healthcare solutions that help to remove barriers to equitable and accessible health care.


Cutera truBody body aesthetic solution

26 August, 2021 | Supplied by: Cutera Australia

Cutera's truBody solution pairs two non-surgical technologies: one designed to reduce fat and the other to build, strengthen and tone muscle.


Bizcaps Software Master Catalogue Information System

25 August, 2021 | Supplied by: Bizcaps Software

Bizcaps Software's MCIS is a configurable software platform, providing data recipients with a framework for product master data management and governance.


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