Journey’s Ebola Care initiative is being further expanded and adapted in West Africa following a donation of 1000 smart phones.
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South Korean technology company, LG Electronics, has received an FDA 510(k) clearance for a possible mHealth app called LG Smarthealth.
Scientists at GE Global Research (GRC) are working on an imaging helmet that may allow doctors to better understand the workings of the brain.
Gauteng hospitals have reported stock outs of essential medicines in recent weeks, including amphotericin B, a life-saving drug for people with AIDS.
The National Institute for Communicable Diseases has issued a measles outbreak alert to notify clinicians that they should be on high alert of symptoms.
As 2014 draws to a close it’s apparent that the eHealth industry is growing rapidly, both nationally and internationally.
BlackBerry and NantHealth have launched an eHealth platform for healthcare professionals to access cancer patients’ detailed genome data on a BlackBerry.
An international team of experts say that public health data needs to be shared and recommends a data sharing treaty.
As part of SA’s response to the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa, Right to Care is seeking healthcare professionals willing to work in Sierra Leone.
MDG Health Solutions is rolling out mobile clinics in rural Southern Africa to improve access to services and relieve the travel burden of patients.
Telemedicine Africa has collaborated with Dimension Data and the IDC to set up private telehealth centres in South Africa.