Executive at Cipla SA, Dr Jaco van Zyl, discusses how private healthcare affordability is set to remain a big challenge in the future.
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ICDRA has kicked off today in Cape Town to address the hurdles that are preventing access to quality medical products, especially in developing countries.
Researchers at the University of Pretoria have turned to satellite data to predict malaria outbreaks and mobile apps to control and monitor the disease.
Sandoz HACk is a global competition to generate innovative ideas and solutions to help tackle some of the world’s most pressing healthcare access problems.
hearScreen is now active in more than 25 countries across the world and plans to expand to a further 15 by the end of 2017.
Alexander Forbes Health has released medical aid data that reveals a steady decline in the number of South Africans claiming for mental health treatment.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has developed an eHealth solution to reduce the high labour-related child and maternal death rate in sub-Saharan Africa.
Pfizer Inc. has launched a free iPhone app, called Moodivator, to help motivate and encourage people who experience depression.
The Board of Healthcare Funders (BHF) and its member medical schemes have backed the introduction of the new anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment guidelines.
Lead-inventor and Co-founder of hearScreen, Professor De Wet Swanepoel, talks about how his mHealth solution is addressing a global hearing loss crisis.
All people diagnosed HIV-positive will start ARV treatment regardless of their CD4 count in line with the ‘Test and Treat’ guidelines.