CEO of Metropolitan Health, Dylan Garnett, talks about the impact that NLP could have on the healthcare industry and his insights on realising NHI.
All posts tagged 'South Africa'
IBM has launched three eHealth initiatives to help curb the spread of Ebola in West Africa, including an Ebola global open data repository.
MomConnect, the eHealth mobile phone application that launched in August to assist pregnant women, has reached 100,000 pregnant women in only two months.
Metropolitan Health collected a silver award in the “Most Innovative App” category at the New Generation Social and Digital Media Awards.
The Western Cape DoH held a press conference about their readiness to deal with Ebola and presented the isolation ward at Tygerberg Hospital.
mHero will be an eHealth mobile communications system that gives health workers in Liberia the resources they need to fight Ebola.
Tier.Net, the eHealth software application that monitors patients on HIV and TB treatment, is being implemented internationally.
Cisco will demonstrate how its Care-at-a-Distance technology can improve healthcare in SA at the My World of Tomorrow tech expo.
WiFi networks designed specifically for hospital use are catching on around the world, helping in the uptake of eHealth locally and globally.
A TB app is being developed locally as part of a new NIH programme to spur innovation in eHealth and mobile communication technologies.
Dr Peter Benjamin talks about his involvement in MomConnect and how he believes it could lead to be the EHR breakthrough SA has been looking for.