Barclays Africa’s Tech Lab Africa accelerator programme will be held in Cape Town over a three month period from September 2015.
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Wearable devices are expected to represent the next wave of mHealth solutions and will potentially act as the gateway to the connected health world.
Researchers at the University of Virginia’s Bio-Engineering lab are planning to create human tissue using 3D printing technology.
A new ‘smart’ insulin patch could replace painful insulin injections and revolutionise how people with diabetes monitor and manage their blood sugar levels.
AllLife was recognised by the global business community when awarded the overall winner in the BITC Prince of Wales Unilever Global Development Award.
Samsung is making quality medical care more accessible to the community of Ga-Ramotse in Hammanskraal.
Genesis Medical Scheme wants to deregulate PMBs, which requires medical schemes to offer a defined set of healthcare benefits and services to all members.
The world's third largest medical device company, Medtronic, has partnered with Samsung Electronics to improve diabetes management through mHealth.
Tasso Inc. has developed a device called HemoLink that aims to make blood sampling less painful and more convenient.
Swedish researchers have collaborated to develop an innovative diagnostic device that analyses blood and saliva samples.
During the Department of Health budget vote, Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, highlighted the importance of implementing effective eHealth systems.