Eyejusters, the world’s first adjustable vision correction glasses that use regular frames, are now available in Southern Africa.
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Striiv and LifeQ have announced their programme to jointly develop a high-scale, low-friction and personalised health information platform.
HASA has hit back at Eskom for initiating power cuts in two municipalities in Mpumalanga, saying that it may seriously affect private and public hospitals.
In 2019 Cape Town will play host to the 36th annual International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) Conference.
The National Department of Health (NDoH) has delayed the launch of the much-anticipated South African Health Products Regulatory Agency (SAHPRA).
The Makerere University School of Public Health in partnership with Nottingham Trent University will be hosting the first International Symposium on CHWs.
IBM will launch a cloud-based learning platform called IBM Digital Nation Africa to advance digital, cloud and cognitive IT skills in Africa.
SAP’s Design and Co-Innovation Center together with the Heidelberg University Hospital have developed a digitised cervical cancer screening test.
70 healthcare technology companies have now signed the Patient Safety Movement Foundation ’s Open Data Pledge to improve patient safety.
GE & Standard Bank have launched a Healthcare Accelerator Programme to help healthcare professionals improve their technical, clinical and business skills.
HASA is disappointed with reports quoting the HPSCA's Dr Kgosi Letlape as saying that “medical aids are a crime against humanity.”