IBM has signed two important deals that will see IBM Watson being used to further demonstrate eHealth’s potential in delivering patient-centred care.
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The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York and LifeMap Solutions have revealed initial results for their Asthma Health app.
Dutch digital health startup, SkinVision, has developed a smartphone app to detect signs of skin cancer using an algorithm linked to the device’s camera.
Philips and Amazon Web Services are collaborating on a new strategy to enable an ecosystem for new types of connected and personalised eHealth solutions.
CEO at Mediclinic Southern Africa, Koert Pretorius, talks about the Group’s aim to be a leader in quality and efficiency by harnessing eHealth.
Michael Graetz from EMC discusses why South African healthcare providers need to move towards a national integrated healthcare solution.
KardioFit promises to revolutionise the way people with hypertension monitor and manage their condition by connecting them with healthcare professionals.
HST has travelled across the country to discuss the global trend of eHealth interoperability, its impact on South Africa and the rest of the continent.
HelpAround has developed a free emergency app especially for people living with diabetes and other chronic diseases or serious allergies.
Silicon Valley start-up Eko Devices has created the world’s first ‘smart’ stethoscope that integrates heart sounds directly into a patient’s EHR.
Director of Strategy and Impact at the Acfee, Tom Jones, discusses the outcomes of the recent Acfee eHealth Forum (AeF).