SA’s management of HIV can be attributed to a strong legislative and policy environment that has kept up to date with evidence-based developments.
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Johannesburg-based eHealth startup, HealthDocs, have officially launched their HealthDocs Plus medical practice platform to the South African market.
Medical students in Rwanda have developed an mHealth platform, called Tantine, to give teenagers access to sexual and reproductive health information.
General Manager of Product & Development at Med-e-Mass, Dilip Naran, talks about the uptake of EHRs and why now is the time for doctors to embrace them.
The Hearing Research Clinic, which will offer online screening and support for people with hearing loss concerns, will open on 16th July 2017 in Durban.
IEEE 11073-20702 is the first standard that streamlines the integration of medical devices with the IP stack common to IT specialists around the world.
The City of Cape Town is planning on introducing an online appointment booking system for clinics to decrease patient waiting times.
ConnectMed has rolled out their telemedicine platform in Kenya with the aim of providing medical advice to patients outside of a healthcare setting.
A team of doctors and computer scientists have developed an intelligent AI platform, called Buoy, which can help determine what illness a person has.
Regional Manager for Africa at Veeam, Claude Schuck, talks about how technology is changing how healthcare services are being delivered in Africa.
Dr Wim Booyse from Pétanque International discusses what healthcare organisations need to do to keep patient data confidential in the wake of PoPI.