The Soterius Scout can deliver results within a minute to provide the all clear for someone to enter their work environment.
Australia's first Healthcare Technology Buyers' Guide will launch this September, providing a comprehensive listing of healthcare products, services and stakeholder details.
The opportunity to transform health care digitally is unique to our time — and it comes at an exciting moment for technological innovation.
A new partnership dishes out valuable time to catering teams in Australia's aged-care facilities by eliminating double-entry administration.
Leveraging modern technology solutions is one of the most effective ways for healthcare facilities to keep pace with changing workplace needs.
Dr Ron Weinberger outlines some of the ways that technology can unlock and drive efficiencies in a clinical setting.
The healthcare sector can turn to IoT, big data and machine learning to power research, develop new treatments and improve existing ones, and take the pain out of logistical failures.
Wavelink is launching a program, tailored to each type of partner, to ensure partners have the best support to be successful in the market.
With the growth of telehealth services, Australia has witnessed a shift in the market towards taking the care to the patient, rather than the patient to the care.
Navbit Sprint is an innovative device that helps surgeons place and align the acetabular cup, a component that is inserted into the hip socket during joint replacement surgery.
Poorly integrated chatbots can be more of a liability than an asset, so it's essential that contact centres follow best practices for implementing virtual assistants and chatbots.
With sophisticated communication technology, healthcare workers can focus their attention where it's needed without being distracted by unnecessary messages and alarms.
Roche Australia has joined ANDHealth's cooperative digital health commercialisation initiative to support the development and growth of Australia's digital health ecosystem.
Patient data is valuable for providing care, but it's also valuable to another, less savoury contingent: cybercriminals.