ICT industry leaders gathered at the eStrategies summit in Cape Town to discuss strategies aimed at realising a more connected government.
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eStrategies Africa 2014 will bring together the public and private healthcare sectors to collaborate and discuss eHealth adoption on the continent.
Two brothers from Cape Town are behind the eHealth Ebola Care app that is helping NGOs and healthcare workers combat the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Tier.Net, the eHealth software application that monitors patients on HIV and TB treatment, is being implemented internationally.
During the South African HIV Clinicians Society Conference Atomo Diagnostics hosted a debate around self-testing for HIV.
HealthQ Technologies is an eHealth start-up developing a platform to accurately monitor all the vitals of the human body.
Cell-Life has over the past decade successfully rolled out their in-house pharmacy management platform, iDART, to a number of sites in Africa.
Lean Institute Africa is an organisation initiated by Professor Norman Faull that specialises in promoting the lean approach in the public health sector.
Cape Town has set aside R1.3 billion to build a fibre-optic network to enhance connectivity and set the foundation for eGovernance services.
DocDiary is one of the latest innovative eHealth solutions to come out of Cape Town, South Africa.
A Centre for eHealth Excellence (CeHE) will open in Cape Town next year.