Dr Chris Seebregts discusses the benefits of open source solutions and how they can be leveraged to strengthen health systems.
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As part of World Prematurity Day, the Health Minister will showcase eHealth solutions implemented by the NDoH designed to promote maternal health.
The Life Healthcare Group is using state-of-the-art cancer treatment technology to accurately treat patients with cancers previously considered untreatable.
SAP has opened Africa’s first Co-Innovation Lab, offering a hands-on environment for SAP to innovate jointly with software solution partners.
There has been upsurge of electronic solutions being developed to educate and help patients better manage diabetes outside of a healthcare setting.
Researchers at the University of Pretoria have turned to satellite data to predict malaria outbreaks and mobile apps to control and monitor the disease.
MSQ Health and the CSIR are to develop and pilot technology that allows medical devices to be monitored and analysed through a cloud-based system.
Dr Ernst Marais from ICON talks about how affordable cancer care is a delicate and complex balancing act which impacts patient, practitioner and pockets.
The NHLS has rolled out InterSystems’ TrakCare Laboratory information System across all of its 349 laboratories in all of SA’s nine provinces.
Prof Jannie Hugo explains how a community-orientated primary care model can be a solution to overcome some of the burdens placed on primary healthcare.
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.