The WHO has released the Atlas of eHealth Country Profiles, which provides a snapshot of each country’s eHealth landscape.
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HearInAfrica is leveraging audiology technology to reshape the way hearing tests and services are delivered in under resourced areas of Southern Africa.
Private healthcare spending has increased by more than 300% in the past 12 years, says Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi.
hearScreen, in partnership with the University of Pretoria, will launch a National Hearing Test app, called hearZA™, on World Hearing Day.
SAMRC is one of the leading global health bodies to have committed to sharing data and results relevant to the current Zika crisis.
Healthcare personnel in Sierra Leone have undertaken a two day training session focusing on the use of Orasure’s OraQuick Ebola Rapid Screening Test.
Two young entrepreneurs have developed an mHealth platform, called GiftedMom, that is helping new mothers and pregnant women in rural African communities.
The WHO has developed the WHO e-Pocketbook of Hospital Care for Children app based on the widely used WHO Pocket Book.
In the absence of a vaccine or specific treatments for the Ebola virus, early detection is crucial to prevent another epidemic.
USAID has recognised the expertise of two South African-led consortia to address the global challenge of treating those infected by HIV/AIDS.
The award winning hearScreen mHealth solution has won the first Philips South African Innovation Fellows Competition.