HASA notes with concern that the OECD-WHO study that claims private hospital costs in South Africa are expensive continues to be presented publicly as fact.
Critical decisions need to be made on how to leverage the benefit of technology so that clinical outcomes and systems management improve.
Dr Peter Benjamin will be one of the speakers at eHealthALIVE2016 addressing the importance of mHealth in improving healthcare access in Africa.
Dr Musaed Abrahams weighs in on the new WHO ‘Test and Treat’ guidelines & the importance of ARV adherence, and how technology can support patients & nurses.
Dr Johann Serfontein discusses why SAPPF is disappointed with the NHI White Paper and what they believe is an alternative model to universal healthcare.
Mikhail Wertheim Aymes is the latest innovator to emerge who is using his love for industrial design to develop a drone that can save people from drowning.
Author of Postmortem – The Doctor Who Walked Away, Maria Phalime, shares her story about why she walked away from her life-long dream of being a doctor.
Professor Abel Pienaar explains why South Africa needs to address the skills shortage and the resulting casualisation of nurses.
Head of Acute Care Surgery at GSH and Senior Lecturer in Surgery at UCT, Dr Juan Klopper, explains why eLearning platforms are valuable for med students.
PoPI Act compliance expert at Pétanque Consultancy, Tania May, highlights the top priorities for healthcare organisations to prepare for PoPI.
Regional Director at Veeam, Gregg Petersen, talks about the importance of data availability in healthcare.