Deputy Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services, Prof Hlengiwe Mkhize, talks about the road to a connected South Africa.
Coordinator and Director at HIFA, Dr Neil Pakenham-Walsh, talks about his organisation’s vision of enabling universal access to healthcare information.
Anaesthetist Dr Gary Kantor, Co-founder of Best Care Always, talks about the culture and methods of quality improvement and patient safety.
Dr Chris Seebregts discusses the benefits of open source solutions and how they can be leveraged to strengthen health systems.
Professor Darelle van Greunen talks about her work of supporting community healthcare workers (CHWs) with innovative mHealth apps.
CEO at the Relevance Network, Craig Carty, talks about his drive to create access to quality services through multi-sectorial integrated partnerships.
Dr Riaan Duvenage talks about how his custom eHealth solution has turned his hospital into a centre of excellence and the benefits it has created.
Lead-inventor and Co-founder of hearScreen, Professor De Wet Swanepoel, talks about how his mHealth solution is addressing a global hearing loss crisis.
eHealth and mHealth Advisor for MEval-SIFSA, Rob Allen, talks about laying the foundations to prepare Africa’s healthcare system for a big-data driven era.
Matthew Chetty will be part of an expert panel leading a two-part Interoperability Masterclass at eHealthALIVE2016.
Dr Peter Barron will be a keynote speaker at eHealthALIVE2016, talking about how mHealth is one of the tools for improving access to healthcare.