The NHLS is in a critical state due to a reported accumulated debt of R5 billion owed to them from various provincial health departments.
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Gauteng hospitals have reported stock outs of essential medicines in recent weeks, including amphotericin B, a life-saving drug for people with AIDS.
The National Institute for Communicable Diseases has issued a measles outbreak alert to notify clinicians that they should be on high alert of symptoms.
As 2014 draws to a close it’s apparent that the eHealth industry is growing rapidly, both nationally and internationally.
Gauteng MEC Barbara Creecy announced a Gauteng broadband budget boost of R333 million as part of the province's network project.
Aviro launched their innovative eHealth app in October designed to help nurses in primary care settings correctly and efficiently treat HIV patients.
Anova Health Institute’s Health4Men project has extended their use of eHealth technology to enable MSM to identify and locate their nearest clinic.
Dr Shabir Banoo from Right to Care talks about SA’s growing interest and value in pharmacy automation and what it means for the country’s eHealth strategy.
Gauteng’s public healthcare facilities have been warned to shape up and implement eHealth systems to improve efficiency.
The new Natalspruit Hospital that was officially opened on August 28th has been christened the “future of Gauteng health” by Gauteng Premier David Makhura.
The North West Department of Health has appointed Babe Sedile Mosuwe as the new CEO of Brits District Hospital.