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The Elekta Training Centre at Tygerberg Hospital is delivering world-class training to a growing number of medical and biomedical engineering professionals.
Capsule Ltd. has developed an app, called Flare, which aims to make Kenya’s siloed and privately run ambulance service more accessible to patients.
A new programme analysis done by Frost & Sullivan explored how South Africa, Kenya and Ghana are leading the eHealth revolution in Africa.
The first day of the African eHealth landmark event, eHealthALIVE2016, has brought together key decision makers from across the SADC region.
A team of scientists are using machine learning and big data to develop a model that can predict which bat species are most likely to carry the Ebola virus.
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.
During TICAD-VI African heads of state and partners vowed to accelerate progress toward universal health coverage (UHC) in Africa.
According to Dr Iain Barton, reconceptualising the delivery model for drug distribution is the key to addressing Africa’s healthcare delivery challenges.
Manager of Architecture and Standards at GE Healthcare, Charles Parisot, will be hosting a two-part Interoperability Masterclass at eHealthALIVE2016.
A new analysis from Frost & Sullivan has predicted that healthcare IT and the pharmaceutical industry in Africa will experience substantial growth in 2016.