Valter Adão from Deloitte talks about the shift in healthcare towards inclusion of other industries & technologies to solve challenges in access & delivery.
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The use of biologics and biosimilars can make a huge difference to South Africans living with non-communicable diseases (NCDs).
On Human Rights Day it’s a pertinent opportunity to remind government of its obligation to ensure citizens have equal access to quality healthcare.
The eStrategies 2014 event kicked off with a specialist panel to discuss the challenges affecting eSkills development in relation to eHealth.
Former Apple Inc. Executive, John Sculley, predicts telemental health services will soon become the norm for people seeking confidential counselling.
WiFi networks designed specifically for hospital use are catching on around the world, helping in the uptake of eHealth locally and globally.
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.
Vodacom has proven the potential of South African connectivity by demonstrating impressive download speeds on its 4G/LTE network.
SAFE ID aims to advance eHealth systems by improving and promoting the accessibility of health information and services in South Africa.
Cape Town has set aside R1.3 billion to build a fibre-optic network to enhance connectivity and set the foundation for eGovernance services.
Communications Minister declared that Malamulele Hospital should be a “facility of choice."