Remote Australian communities could expect to see medi-drone services operating within 12 months.
CeBIT Australia will bring together leading experts in the fields of EMRs, big data, artificial intelligence and robotic surgery. CeBIT will be held in Sydney 23–25 May.
Andrew Tucker, CEO of ITonCloud, joins us to discuss patient record security and whether the answer is in the cloud.
Knee osteoarthritis is estimated to affect nearly a million Australians. Telehealth is leading the way in reducing drug reliance and surgery.
When the system fails to deliver technological solutions, our clinicians will initiate solutions of their own. The result is often a fragmented mix of non-integrated niche systems that dangerously complicate the patient journey.
Nurse practitioner Matiu Bush is one of the new wave of clinicians looking beyond traditional models of care to virtual care and connected care models.
Australia's aged-care workforce needs to meet the challenges of increased demand, consumer choice, a rapidly changing marketplace and the integration of new technologies.
A new nanoscale sensor has been developed that can help detect cytokines — molecules that play a critical role in cellular response to infection, inflammation, trauma and disease.
Post-surgical app gets the thumbs up for convenience.
Move through a virtual operating theatre to learn about technologies including new imaging tools, robotics, biomaterials and more.
A device smaller than a paperclip could one day help paralysed people move their limbs with the power of thought.
The new 'digital marshmallow test' looks at impulsive behaviour in adults that can lead to obesity, type 2 diabetes, substance abuse and suicide.
A mobile patient monitoring system — which was last week selected as only one of 25 digital health and medical technologies in the world to be fast-tracked into the lucrative US market — is set to be released in Australia.
A computer interface that can decipher the thoughts of people who are unable to communicate could revolutionise the lives of those living with completely locked-in syndrome, according to a new paper published 31 January 2017 in PLOS Biology.
A new high-tech medical device to make brain surgery safer has been developed by researchers at the University of Adelaide.