Twilio's global study reveals that 97% of enterprise decision-makers believe the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated their company's digital transformation efforts.
The next technological leap for health care may not be robotics or telemedicine but something far more familiar: the hybrid cloud.
For the industry to best serve its workers, healthcare providers need to build on their business continuity plans and focus on business resilience.
Three digital health courses will be delivered by RMIT Online and the Digital Health CRC to provide the skills required to match the fast-moving pace of technology in health care.
As well as a missed opportunity to prevent rather than cure illness, fragmentation can be dangerous, with valuable data lost between interfaces.
With COVID-19 came precautions and restrictions that would threaten Juiced TV's crew and operations.
Professor Gustavo Carneiro from the Australian Institute for Machine Learning explains our pathway to current computer-aided diagnosis.
An Aussie-made medical manufacturer is using technology to get gold-standard infection control equipment in the hands of health workers.
Kate Renzenbrink, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Information Officer at Bendigo Health, is encouraging nurses and midwives to lead the digital transition and use informatics to improve patient care.
The collaborative efforts of government and industry have worked to ensure the supply of critically important medical equipment during the pandemic.
A Melbourne-based start-up has brought the world to seniors isolated in aged-care homes via a virtual reality (VR) headset.
As organisations embrace emerging technologies, they must also consider their interoperability with legacy systems to ensure seamless integration.
The Australian Digital Health Agency has built a Service Registration Assistant to keep healthcare service and practitioner information up to date.
Having accurate data is arguably the most critical concern for those who work in the healthcare sector; however, staying on top of this is not always an easy task.
Professor Megan Coffee and colleagues at a New York hospital are learning 'on the fly' how to predict which COVID-19 patients will need mechanical ventilators.