SA Carpenter, Richard van As, and his US partner won the Nominet Trust 100 (NT100) award for their e-Nable prosthetics platform.
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The NHLS is in a critical state due to a reported accumulated debt of R5 billion owed to them from various provincial health departments.
The Ministers of Health (MOH) from BRICS countries met in December 2014 to discuss and plan strategies and systems to share health data.
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.
As part of SA’s response to the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa, Right to Care is seeking healthcare professionals willing to work in Sierra Leone.
Telemedicine Africa has collaborated with Dimension Data and the IDC to set up private telehealth centres in South Africa.
ChartSpan launched an app that allows consumers to quickly and securely sort individual medical records using advanced photo capture technology.
Philips has a new eHealth lung screening solution that will offer a faster and more definitive pathway for lung cancer detection and treatment.
Gauteng MEC Barbara Creecy announced a Gauteng broadband budget boost of R333 million as part of the province's network project.
A professor from MIT is conducting a study to determine the effects of HIV testing messaging on social media platforms.