Vula Mobile is a local mHealth start-up that has developed an app that has the potential to change eye healthcare in remote areas.
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During the Department of Health budget vote, Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, highlighted the importance of implementing effective eHealth systems.
Biomedical engineers have developed a new method for diagnosing HIV in remote locations by using a platform consisting of a smartphone & a paper microchip.
The South African banking sector has partnered with the NDoH and Metropolitan Health to offer women’s health benefits to its members.
Dr Reinder Nauta talks about giving the majority of South Africans access to private healthcare and the possibilities it creates for the future.
During the 2015/16 provincial health budget speech WC Minister of Health, Nomafrench Mbombo, discussed funding for health technology and goals for the year.
Executive Manager of HIV: Metropolitan Health Risk Management, Siraaj Adams, talks about the eHealth strides they’re taking to promote patient-centric care.
The radiation oncology division at Tygerberg Hospital has been equipped with Elekta’s specialist oncology radiotherapy and radiosurgery equipment.
Researchers at Stanford University have launched MyHeart Counts for ResearchKit to help scientists studying the prevention and treatment of heart disease.
The Mobenzi ID fingerprint capture and verification solution is being used by fieldworkers in SA and Vietnam to capture health data in remote areas.
UNICEF has partnered with Airtel to provide its open source RapidPro suite of apps to Airtel customers for free across 17 African countries.