Digicape is expanding its healthcare market by teaming up with xRapid, a London-based startup that uses an iPhone to rapidly diagnose malaria.
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A group of global health experts have adopted new guidelines for substantiating information collected on diseases, injuries and deaths.
A self-service ATM-style machine that dispenses antiretroviral (ARV) medication was unveiled at the 2016 International AIDS Conference in Durban.
HASA notes with concern that the OECD-WHO study that claims private hospital costs in South Africa are expensive continues to be presented publicly as fact.
The NDoH has launched the Metropolitan Health TB app to encourage all healthcare providers to increase screening, testing, diagnosis and treatment of TB.
Assistant Scientist at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Dr Amnesty LeFevre, talks about the importance of mHealth monitoring and evaluation.
HealthMan Consultancy believes the Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, should be held accountable for continually misrepresenting healthcare figures.
Bloomberg Philanthropies will provide technical assistance and funding to help nations gather accurate data about the health of their citizens.
Dr Musaed Abrahams weighs in on the new WHO ‘Test and Treat’ guidelines & the importance of ARV adherence, and how technology can support patients & nurses.
A team from Cornell Tech are developing an mHealth app to help health workers in Lesotho keep track of samples being delivered by Riders for Health.
Professor Abel Pienaar explains why South Africa needs to address the skills shortage and the resulting casualisation of nurses.