ANDHealth has released a report demonstrating that Australia's emerging digital health industry is in a strong position to tap into growing global demand for digital health solutions.
The innovative solution enables healthcare organisations to share patient-consented health records across the continuum of care.
COVID-19 has demonstrated that different models of care have a place in how we manage patients.
The Australian Digital Health Agency has announced the winners of the challenge, which champions digital health innovation.
The Museum of Human Disease at UNSW Sydney has launched a virtual museum displaying real organs and body parts.
The wearable technology captures and measures hazardous movements and coaches workers using real-time feedback and in-app training.
As a result of a collaboration, a focused training program will be delivered via mobile app, with the aim of reaching 600,000 nurses and midwives.
From virtual hospitals to video calls with GPs, innovations in telehealth are transforming the industry and pointing the way forward post-pandemic.
UNSW Sydney medical scientist Associate Professor Darren Saunders explains how scientists cut through the misinformation surrounding COVID‑19.
Consenting women from Western Australia will have their mammogram results uploaded to their My Health Record and the choice of receiving their results via SMS or letter.
Healthcare organisations will have to consider the interoperability between emerging technologies and legacy systems to ensure a seamless integration.
Researchers at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, have created tiny devices that could be developed into safe, high-resolution imaging technology.
As the urgency of maintaining population health becomes a pressing reality, governments and regions seek innovative solutions to the impending crisis in the health system.