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Australian healthcare leaders believe Australia’s healthcare system has shown resilience in the face of the pandemic, but that their hospital or healthcare facility needs to invest in predictive healthcare technologies.

Published in Health

The ransomware used in an attack on Duesseldorf University Clinic last week, which led to the death of a woman, appears to be Maze, security sources have told iTWire.

Published in Security

Melbourne-based Austin Health is using Microsoft ‘s unified communication and collaboration platform Teams to undertake a major digital transformation, with deployment of the solution well advanced when the COVID-19 pandemic struck.

Published in Health
Wednesday, 22 February 2017 17:14

Malware MEDJACK.3 found on critical hospital devices

Malware targeting older embedded and Windows operating systems has been found on a range of network-connected medical devices including heart monitors, insulin pumps, MRI scanners, and X-ray machines in the UK.

Published in Security

A Kaspersky Lab tech expert has found ways to hack into medical devices in an attempt to explore security weaknesses and how to address them - the findings will make you ill!

Published in Security
Monday, 14 July 2014 12:15

TechnologyOne tidies Epworth's books

The adoption of TechnologyOne's OneHealth software has given Epworth HealthCare a consistent view of its eight hospitals.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Friday, 01 February 2013 15:27

More Toughbooks for Sydney hospital

Sydney Adventist Hospital has added to its mobile fleet with the purchase of 47 Panasonic Toughbook CF-C1 tablet PCs.

Published in Deals

HP has contributed $100,000 to the Good Friday Appeal for Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital, and in the process gained some useful publicity for its ePrint service.

The traditional Good Friday Appeal in aid of Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital is just days away. This year, HP is adding a hi-tech touch to the proceedings - any you can help, wherever you are in the world.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 03 May 2010 23:44

Electronic doctoring saves lives

A first-of-its-kind study in the United States has shown that death rates in a hospital dropped significantly when a computerized physician order entry system was installed and efficiently used.


Published in Health

Aiming to dramatically improve in-home patient care, especially for the elderly and those with chronic illnesses, Intel's new 'Health Guide' will make a real difference in easing the burden on patients, nurses, doctors and the medical/hospital system and taking home health into the 21st century.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 23 February 2010 14:05

iSoft acquires UltraGenda

Health IT company iSoft has acquired Belgium-based UltraGenda for its resource scheduling software.
Published in Listed Tech
Macquarie University Hospital is the first Australian customer for a bedside system that resembles modern in-flight entertainment services.
Designed specifically for healthcare, Panasonic's Toughbook H1 tablets have found homes at Tasmanian hospitals.




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