Managing Director of VP Health Systems believes that healthcare in Africa is ready for eHealth and shares his key insights to successful implementation.
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Atomo Diagnostics has been selected as the winner of the Johnson & Johnson Innovation Industry Excellence, Emerging Company of the Year Award for 2014.
Microsoft has launched their new eHealth platform ‘Microsoft Health’ along with a new wearable device to store and combine health and fitness data.
Sharp is intent on revolutionising telehealth with their healthcare support chair that combines a range of sensors for checking the user’s vitals.
IBM has launched three eHealth initiatives to help curb the spread of Ebola in West Africa, including an Ebola global open data repository.
US based Healthvana has developed an eHealth app that delivers electronic HIV test results directly to the patient’s mobile device.
Eastdene Pharmacy in Middelburg has reported costs saving and associated benefits since implementing a Rowa Vmax automated robotic dispenser.
The Western Cape Government has started to roll out their Wellness Mobile Clinic for School Health programme to schools across the province.
Microsoft will provide free eHealth tools in the form of cloud-computing and research applications to qualified medical researchers working on Ebola.
MomConnect, the eHealth mobile phone application that launched in August to assist pregnant women, has reached 100,000 pregnant women in only two months.
SA Connect will benefit the implementation of eHealth when it kicks off next April.