Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa has teamed up with World Vision South Africa to improve access to quality healthcare in the Eastern Cape.
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Today South Africa’s ninth medical school has officially opened its doors to new medical students at the University of Limpopo.
The Medicines Control Council has officially registered the use of a combination of two antiretroviral drugs as a form of PrEP medication.
The Department of Health will roll out a first of its kind early warning system to identify drug stockouts before they happen.
Worcester Hospital has undergone extensive eHealth refurbishment over the past year to improve administrative efficiency in numerous clinical departments.
The City of Johannesburg, the Gauteng DoH and the SAHTAS have joined forces to ensure that patients will benefit from eHealth.
Managing Director at Xelus explains why the CMS statement that medical aids are in good health is an overly simplistic assessment of sustainability.
Following its launch late last year, Aviro Health has released its Aviro HIV Mentor App for free on both iTunes and the Google Play Store.
Chairman at Acfee, Dr Sean Broomhead, talks about his quest to develop leadership in eHealth & Africa’s potential to design & implement stable initiatives.
The second Western Cape Public Private Health Forum of the year brought together a record number of attendees to discuss health innovation.
The Department of Health (DoH) plans to launch a youth orientated mHealth app in June 2015 and has given its targeted audience the opportunity to name it.