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.
Australian health systems are struggling to keep pace with the adoption of technology by cyber attackers, research from UNSW shows.
Although they are not yet operating autonomously, robots are nevertheless commonly used in the operating theatre today.
Healthcare software provider PowerHealth is establishing a question and answer session for the healthcare costing community to assist with queries arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVIDSafe Fact Sheet provides a straightforward overview of the app, aimed at helping to clarify details that are leading to confusion and alarm for some members of the community.
In times of social distancing and isolation, professionals need technology that enables them to do their job as if they were sitting in front of their patient or client.
Validity is granting free access to its crisis communications program to ensure that critical emails arrive in inboxes, not spam folders.
Changing business models and methods of care can be a daunting task, as healthcare providers seek to find the software and tools that support their business.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre is working on multiple fronts to combat cyber threat activity capitalising on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Konica Minolta Australia is working with partners and customers to 3D print essential items that are needed on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For devices that carry sensitive patient data, healthcare providers will need to take steps to ensure they have the necessary security protocols and systems in place.
An Australian company has created an artificial intelligence device that can detect if someone suffers a fall in the home, hospital or aged-care facility.