Hugh Davies from Epson South Africa talks about the opportunities for technology to improve clinical outcomes and patient experience.
Principal Officer of Bonitas Medical Fund, Dr Bobby Ramasia, explains the difference between a hospital plan and health insurance and how GAP Cover fits in.
According to Dr Iain Barton, reconceptualising the delivery model for drug distribution is the key to addressing Africa’s healthcare delivery challenges.
Belinda Bhoodoo explains how the Lilly MDR-TB partnership is supporting government’s drive towards the decentralisation of MDR-TB treatment.
Unjani Clinics meet the need for primary healthcare in poor communities by providing essential medicines and education at the point of need.
Manager of Architecture and Standards at GE Healthcare, Charles Parisot, will be hosting a two-part Interoperability Masterclass at eHealthALIVE2016.
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.