The Healthcare Summit will provide a forum for the discussion of technological issues that affect the development of healthcare in Africa.
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Royal Philips has launched their new ultra-mobile ultrasound system, VISIQ, to the South African market as part of a campaign to combat maternal deaths.
The SMS-Adherence Support Trial (StAR) mHealth initiative is successfully helping patients living with hypertension manage their disease.
Philips and the Rhiza Foundation have launched their Mobile Clinic project to deliver basic primary healthcare to thousands of people living in townships.
mHealth start-up Diepsloot Kasi Hive is a finalist in the #Hack.Jozi Challenge where they stand a chance of winning R5 million worth of start-up support.
Over 7,000 healthcare professionals and 500 local and international exhibitors from 53 countries are expected to attend Africa Health 2015 in Johannesburg.
Medishare has developed a cloud-based eHealth platform that aims to allow healthcare professionals to quickly and securely share healthcare information.
Dr Brink and Dr Pienaar from Anglo American talk about their EHR solution and vision to harness eHealth to make a lasting contribution to SA healthcare.
Nominet Trust, a leading tech-for-good funder, named three world-class eHealth ventures in SA.
Gauteng hospitals have reported stock outs of essential medicines in recent weeks, including amphotericin B, a life-saving drug for people with AIDS.
MDG Health Solutions is rolling out mobile clinics in rural Southern Africa to improve access to services and relieve the travel burden of patients.