ConnectMed has rolled out their telemedicine platform in Kenya with the aim of providing medical advice to patients outside of a healthcare setting.
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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.
Deputy Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services, Prof Hlengiwe Mkhize, talks about the road to a connected South Africa.
IBM Health Corps has developed a new eHealth platform called ChemoQuant intended to help improve cancer care in sub-Saharan Africa.
Anaesthetist Dr Gary Kantor, Co-founder of Best Care Always, talks about the culture and methods of quality improvement and patient safety.
Dr CADx has developed an eHealth diagnostic system to help doctors analyse medical images in regions that have a shortage of radiologists.
Following the success of eHealthALIVE 2016, the official conference report is now available summarising the main themes, successes and lessons learnt.
Nigerian eHealth startup, Aajoh, is currently beta testing an Al-based app designed to listen to a patient’s symptoms and provide diagnosis.
Dr Chris Seebregts discusses the benefits of open source solutions and how they can be leveraged to strengthen health systems.