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Five ‘digital future proofing’ ADHA innovation winners

Allergy Pal from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute), CareMonitor, Oculo, FRED IT’s WhatsApp electronic prescribing solution and Disease Tracker by PenCS, are all inaugural winners of  The Australian Digital Health Agency’s Innovation Challenge

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Genie and HotDoc go live with specialist booking platform

Specialists will now have access to the same system that some GPs use to manage patient bookings online, as HotDoc and Genie launch their new system for specialists.

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Transforming the future of nursing post COVID via technology (and education)

Elsevier Health is launching a series of webinars looking at the transformation of nursing, particularly in the light of changes in digital health and education post COVID-19.

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Healthdirect goes cloud – in a few days

Leading telehealth provider, Healthdirect Australia and MediRecords, Australia’s fast growing cloud patient management system vendor, joined together to deliver the National Coronavirus Helpline in just a few days.

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Who is getting all that telehealth money?

Universal telehealth was a no brainer for COVID-19, and is for the future, but there is a lot of mess to sort out after the pandemic

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The ugly truth about disasters and digital health

Six reasons why things will never go back to the way they were in digital health, and how we could still manage to squander such an opportunity if we’re not careful.

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Navigating the ‘goldrush’ of digital health apps

Recent innovations in digital health have seen a dramatic increase in the number of available mobile health apps. But how trustworthy are they?

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Biggest GP conference goes hybrid virtual

COVID-19 has put a spanner in the works for medical conference organisers, but the RACGP is not letting the virus put a stop to its major education and networking event.

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Telehealth’s benefits will always outweigh the ‘woodwork effect’

The introduction of telehealth was a stand-out success of the health response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Expansion of telehealth should be part of the new normal, but this should not simply be a roll-over of the pandemic items.

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The rise (and rise) of the non PMS cloud based vendors

The traditional dominance of the patient management systems (PMS) as the primary care digital gatekeepers is starting to be challenged

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