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DXC Tech to bring mental health tech to mining, oil and gas workers
Has entered a MOU with Australian-born Medibio which uses objective measures to identify depression, anxiety and stress.
Data visualisation tech in medicine to see major growth
Analysis of industry data indicates expenditure on big data analytics in healthcare is estimated to see a compound annual growth rate of over 19% between now and 2027.
Female-focused healthtech solutions a growing market
Technologies such as mHealth, telehealth, and wearable devices to help pregnancy care, fertility, and menstrual care treatments while reducing costs.
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.
Alibaba uses tech ecosystem to aid coronavirus treatment
The Chinese giant has created a global direct sourcing platform to support medical personnel in Chinese areas impacted by coronavirus.
Sektor to distribute Ergotron health-tech
This appointment extends the range of solutions that Sektor currently offers to partners who serve the healthcare sector.
Hyland connects with MEDrefer to streamline referrals
MEDrefer allows general practitioners to select and send secure, traceable referrals to hospitals, specialists and allied health providers.
healthAlliance announces new CFO
"Joining the public healthcare sector that is undergoing fundamental change in the form of digital transformation to support better health outcomes for people is very exciting."
Hills A/NZ exits AV business, sells to Ambertech
Hills will focus on its health division and its larger security and technical services distribution division.
eGrowth charts considered a success for NZ's Northern region
More than 200,000 eGrowth Charts have been created since the Northern Region DHBs and their shared ICT services partner healthAlliance rolled out the initiative.
New eye technology for cataract patients comes to NZ
The new surgical procedure replaces the lens in the eye with an artificial lens and is the first of its kind to be offered in New Zealand.
Medical imaging equipment market poised for growth
The market was valued at US$30 million in 2017, and the value will increment at a CAGR of 4.6% up to 2025.
New app uses AI to detect early-stage Parkinson’s
The system uses a user uploaded AI to track movement and compare it with known Parkinson’s symptoms, and a report is created almost instantly.
Healthcare-specific smartphone released to local market
Wavelink’s Spectralink Versity clinical smartphone is specifically designed to tackle the particular needs of the healthcare industry.
Zebra adds healthcare specialisation to partner programme
Zebra Technologies has introduced a specialised healthcare component to its PartnerConnect programme for healthcare tech providers in A/NZ.
Big data and AI: How cutting-edge technology can change the healthcare industry
Google, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and Oracle joined forces, pledging to speed up the progress of health data standards and interoperability.
Clear security guidelines needed to protect Australia’s digital health records
The shift to the use of digital medical records poses challenges from an IT security perspective.
GTC18 - Keynote: the flash, the facts, the future
A roundup of Jensen Huang’s opening keynote at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference 2018, including an incredible remote driving reveal.
inTechnology Distribution inks partnership with Connexient
inTechnology is bringing Connexient’s digital wayfinding and patient engagement solutions to the APAC healthcare market.
New Zealand's health sector in 'catchup phase' to technology, says expert
New Zealand’s health sector isn’t moving fast enough to keep up with technology and it has a lot of catching up to do, according to one health expert.
Nokia emerges from the shadows with a massive line-up of consumer health products
Nokia makes a surprise re-entry to the stage with their range of connected health products.
SaaS contracts fuel revenue growth for Kiwi heath tech company
“The move to a SaaS revenue model has been well received by our customers, and gives our investors a clearer view of potential future revenue.”