IT in Healthcare
2 Oct

Is IOT the future of healthcare?

IOT has the potential to keep patients safe and healthy and to improve how physicians deliver care, says IoT.nxt.


Free State Department of Health unveils 'ATM pharmacy'

The medical dispensing unit aims to cut patient waiting times in healthcare facilities to less than five minutes.

Sep 19, 2018

Healthbridge sponsors ASAIPA National Medical Awards

Healthbridge will sponsor the 'Recognition for embracing digital solutions to achieve better patient and business outcomes' award category.


Workshop explores food manufacturing industry efficiency

The South African Excellence Movement initiative will help the food manufacturing industry operate more efficiently and avoid food safety scandals, says Rifle-Shot Performance Holdings.

Sep 13, 2018

SANBS stays online to save lives

Datacentrix company eNetworks will provide secondary fibre infrastructure, creating a multi-link SD-WAN, at the South African National Blood Service.

Sep 13, 2018

New 'budget' iPhone out of reach for average South Africans

Apple unveils three new smartphones, including the cheaper iPhone XR, which it hopes will draw more people to its brand.


Artificial intelligence to the rescue in medtech

Medical device makers increasingly use artificial intelligence to help doctors make more precise diagnoses as medicine enters a personalised age.

Aug 30, 2018

CSIR unveils new tech for diabetes management

New technology that uses breath analysis instead of blood for diabetes management could replace the invasive "finger prick" glucometer.

Aug 24, 2018

Improving the quality of clinical services

Getting to the right people at the right time is critical, says Dimension Data.

Aug 22, 2018

Vodacom's Mum&Baby portal grows up

In celebration of women's month, the telco extends its Mum&Baby platform, which provides free health information, to non-Vodacom users.

Aug 14, 2018

Doctors test augmented reality during surgery

The technology that made Pok?mon Go so popular two years ago will soon be used by doctors during surgery.