A new analysis from Frost & Sullivan has predicted that healthcare IT and the pharmaceutical industry in Africa will experience substantial growth in 2016.
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The eStrategies Africa forum will be hosting a series of Round Tables between 12 and 13 July 2016 at the Vineyard Hotel and Spa in Cape Town.
Med-e-Mass has partnered with the City of Johannesburg to improve healthcare delivery by transitioning to an eHealth platform.
Merck has signed an agreement to receive an exclusive license to HAPPYneuron's cognitive remediation training programme for patients with MS.
As part of their ongoing commitment to supporting sustainable healthcare development in Kenya, GE has unveiled a Skills and Training Institute in Nairobi.
Satellite operator, SES S.A, has deployed a second SATMED eHealth platform at CDTUB in Allada, Benin, to improve awareness and healthcare.
Prof Vajira Dissanayake talks about including clinicians as a primary mechanism in rolling out an eHealth strategy for better health outcomes.
US-based eHealth startup, iBeat, is developing wearable technology that can detect if the wearer is having a heart attack.
Co-founder and CEO at FOLUP and 30 Day Health, Simon Spurr, talks about the importance of patient-centred eHealth.
A report has found that patients with lung cancer who used a web-based app to report their symptoms lived longer than those getting standard care.
Manager of Architecture and Standards at GE Healthcare, Charles Parisot, shares his insights into developing an interoperability strategy.