Five million Australian adults are estimated to have unresolved childhood trauma and abuse, with costs calculated at $24 billion.
Taking into account the chronic understaffing currently affecting Australian hospitals, it has never been more essential for health providers to ensure their networks are protected from malicious cyber actors.
It is the right of every Australian to expect a consumer-centric, connected and digitally capable healthcare system. Australia's pandemic response proved that it's possible.
A nationwide registry to map people living with the rare, neurogenerative Huntington's disease has reached its first 100 participants.
PainChek has partnered with InterSystems IRIS for Health to integrate its application with electronic medical record (EMR) systems.
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre will trial an end-to-end digital platform to securely capture and store its comprehensive pool of de-identified patient data.
Spinal muscular atrophy and cystic fibrosis are among the rare diseases being explored by UNSW Medicine & Health researchers.
A national program spearheaded by Queensland Health to expand the reach of clinical trials Australia-wide is continuing under a multimillion-dollar agreement.
Recent data breaches and the findings of the latest 'Notifiable data breaches' report stress the need for organisations to have robust information-handling practices and an up-to-date data breach response plan.
The Australian Digital Health Agency and CSIRO’s Australian e-Health Research Centre have launched a new collaboration.