Countless bouts of malaria and a fear of needles led Brian Gitta and his peers to develop Matibabu, a malaria testing app that doesn’t require blood.
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Right to Care has recruited and trained the first round of healthcare professionals to work in Sierra Leone as part of the SA initiative against Ebola.
UNICEF has launched an Ebola survivor app that will give survivors in West Africa support to overcome the associated social stigma.
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.
Zambia's First Lady has been appointed as an eHealth Ambassador for the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (ISfTeH).
The South African healthcare industry is starting to rely on eHealth and other technology to improve patient safety and minimise human error.
The HNSF is a profound step in the right direction towards achieving eHealth interoperability - but what does this actually mean for the market?
The WHO-ITU eHealth Strategy Toolkit has been identified as best practice for the development of eHealth standards and interoperability in South Africa.
m2Health has collaborated with ACE Communications Limited and the Chinese University of Hong Kong to develop new hearing health technology.
The National Department of Health has issued a tender for an ICD-10 Browser for use by the South African health sector.