Technology — particularly AV technology — can play a large role in helping patients have better experiences.
Monash University and BiVACOR are leading a consortium of universities, hospitals and industry to develop and commercialise the world's first durable total artificial heart.
Video telehealth can play an important role in supporting Australia's vaccine rollout efforts and managing patient concerns pre-vaccination and follow-ups post-vaccination.
The partnership should ensure Australia's hospitals, aged-care and healthcare providers are efficiently equipped to deliver best-in-class care to patients.
The Jamieson Trauma Institute commissioned a team at QUT to visualise the future of trauma care in the film 'The Future Journey of a Trauma Patient'.
Nuance's cloud-based speech-recognition solution allows clinicians to document patient records using voice, across solutions, platforms and devices.
University of Adelaide experts have delivered remote sinus surgical training to surgeons in Japan.
Building automation technology at MS Queensland's Springfield Apartments has given 18 residents with neurological conditions greater independence in their everyday lives.
Medtech innovations are vast, impactful and happening right on our doorstep, but to deliver them we have to invest.
Why intelligent and healthy quarantine infrastructure is now critical for Australia's future.
As a result of the COVID-19-related lockdown in Melbourne, HealthData21 will be delivered in a virtual format over three days: on 15, 18 and 22 June.
The Tasmanian Government is using cloud platform Oracle Health Management System to manage its statewide COVID-19 vaccination program.
With the government abandoning vaccination targets, it's time to begin looking at automation to speed up the rollout.
HealthData21 has been deferred until June 2021 and will be delivered online.