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Amelio Health takes out two gold awards for digital innovation
An Australian nurse has won two awards for her digital tech startup that aims to ease the stress of people living with persistent and chronic pain.
New wearable devices to diagnose medical conditions such as preeclampsia, epilepsy and heart attacks
"Wearable consumer products such as the Fitbit are already mainstream, yet the enormous transformative medical potential of wearable technologies is yet to be realised."
Konica Minolta looks to help Aus healthcare workers with 3D printing
Konica Minolta is working with partners and customers in Australia to address the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) and ventilators required by healthcare workers involved in treating patients of COVID-19.
AI tech to bolster suicide prevention efforts in Australia
New project will utilise artificial intelligence to streamline clinical records to better inform responses to suicide prevention.
inTechnology Distribution inks partnership with Connexient
inTechnology is bringing Connexient’s digital wayfinding and patient engagement solutions to the APAC healthcare market.
Digital tech - the answer to Aussie healthcare's biggest ailments?
The popularity of telehealth has been rising steadily as a viable option for medical consultation and diagnosis.
Royal Australian Air Force Association invests in Xplore Technologies solutions
“We have very strict standards to uphold, and Xplore provided the right technology solution and, just as importantly, the right installation."
Transitioning BlackBerry lands AU health contract
"The customer wins in government and healthcare underline the continued adoption of BlackBerry enterprise software."
Mobility solutions key in Australian healthcare sector
As the Australian healthcare sector spends more and faces increasingly complex demands, conditions are ripe for mobility initiatives.