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.
With sophisticated communication technology, healthcare workers can focus their attention where it's needed without being distracted by unnecessary messages and alarms.
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.
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.
The combination of telehealth and artificial intelligence (AI), including AI-powered chatbots, is set to transform the delivery of mental health services globally.
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'.