Chiang Mai University and Saraphi Hospital, Chiang Mai, Thailand have developed a mobile app aimed to survey, collect and digitise health data of Saraphi’s district residents.
The Department of Health and Family Welfare (DHFW) of the State of Kerala has released a request for expressions of interest for a state-wide e-health project.
The Department of Health, the United States Agency for International Development and other participating stakeholders unveiled plans to expand the Wireless Access for Health (WAH) programme which aims to improve the quality of health care planning and delivery nationwide.
Integrated healthcare service delivery came under the spotlight at the flagship FutureHealth Forum held in Sydney. Connecting dispersed technologies to deliver quality care remains a core focus this decade.
‘Watson’ — the artificial intelligence supercomputer system developed by IBM — has been adapted by IBM and its partners, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and insurance company WellPoint, for healthcare in its first commercial application so far.
The Bantul Administration in Yogyakarta, Indonesia yesterday launched short message service (SMS) for citizens to file complaints or suggestions regarding the public health service in Yogyakarta.
Harvard Medical School’s teaching affiliate Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) has initiated an NFC system that would help in administration and tracking of patient’s medication.
Samitivej Group and BNH Hospital, Thailand have recently launched mobile application called “Samitivej Connect by TrueMove H” and “BNH Connect by TrueMove H” under the concecpt of Connected Health to deliver healthcare services within a single tap.
All-India Institute of Medical Sciences in Raipur city, India and India’s Central Reserve Police Force have officially launched a telemedicine unit in Chhattisgarh state in Central India to provide medical consultation to patients including civilians.
Filipinos working overseas and their dependents will soon be able to access an online portal for their right to quality health care services through their health insurance information.
SingHealth Polyclinics (SHP), and Integrated health Information Systems (IHiS) under Ministry of Health has today launched a mobile app for asthma care management called “AsthmaCare Buddy”.
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