During the 2015/16 provincial health budget speech WC Minister of Health, Nomafrench Mbombo, discussed funding for health technology and goals for the year.
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Researchers at Stanford University have launched MyHeart Counts for ResearchKit to help scientists studying the prevention and treatment of heart disease.
Men who have sex with men (MSM) living in East Africa now have access to a unique website which contains comprehensive sexual health information.
Gauteng hospitals have reported stock outs of essential medicines in recent weeks, including amphotericin B, a life-saving drug for people with AIDS.
An innovative HIV self-testing eHealth app called HIVSmart is attracting worldwide attention and financing.
Anova Health Institute’s Health4Men project has extended their use of eHealth technology to enable MSM to identify and locate their nearest clinic.
This year’s ICT4Health conference will address the challenge of integrating innovative scalable and sustainable solutions into the health system.
Philips have announced the release of a new eHealth wearable diagnostic device that will record biometric data of people suffering from COPD.
A TB app is being developed locally as part of a new NIH programme to spur innovation in eHealth and mobile communication technologies.
Metropolitan Health has partnered with Atomo Diagnostics to host a wellness day for nearly 1400 Golden Arrow employees.
Prof Craig Househam talks about his time leading the WC DoH, the importance of eHealth in the public sector and the future of healthcare in South Africa.