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To mark World AIDS Day 2016, the WHO has released new guidelines on HIV self-testing to improve access to and uptake of HIV diagnosis.
South Africa has launched its first national web-based system that aims to make HIV data accessible to healthcare practitioners.
Scientists at the Imperial College London and DNA Electronics (DNAe) have developed an HIV test on a USB stick which accurately detects the virus.
The NHLS has rolled out InterSystems’ TrakCare Laboratory information System across all of its 349 laboratories in all of SA’s nine provinces.
SA’s existing demographic studies will expand to create a new project that will track the health, income and educational attainment of 500,000 citizens.
CEO at the Relevance Network, Craig Carty, talks about his drive to create access to quality services through multi-sectorial integrated partnerships.
The Board of Healthcare Funders (BHF) and its member medical schemes have backed the introduction of the new anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment guidelines.
All people diagnosed HIV-positive will start ARV treatment regardless of their CD4 count in line with the ‘Test and Treat’ guidelines.
eHealth and mHealth Advisor for MEval-SIFSA, Rob Allen, talks about laying the foundations to prepare Africa’s healthcare system for a big-data driven era.
Two of SA’s top biomedical research institutions are joining forces to form a new interdisciplinary institute, the Africa Health Research Institute.