- The Australian
- 12:00AM April 4, 2017
- 05 April 2017
- Written by Peter Dinham
Published: March 29, 2017 - 12:00AM
The $25 million joint venture agreement will enable AEHRC to continue to develop and deliver evidence-based digital health innovations and solutions
- Updated Apr 7 2017 at 10:30 AM
The young woman was in tears. When she came in she had initially asked for a referral to a surgeon for a breast augmentation. During the conversation it turned out that her partner had made it clear her breasts were too small.
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Telstra’s Health’s Rowan Wilkie talks about a new application that is under development that has the opportunity to be a one stop shop for Australian consumers for their health information, appointments and records.
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- Updated Apr 4 2017 at 12:15 AM
Pharmacists across Australia are expressing disappointment at the discontinuation of MedsASSIST, amid fears of stockpiling
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How can GPs drive software changes to improve healthcare for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples?
Changes to the software used in general practice could improve the collection of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status of all patients, and boost access to healthcare measures specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples provided directly or indirectly by general practitioners.
Despite longstanding calls for improvements to general practice software to better support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, little change has been made. The aim of this article is to promote software improvements by identifying desirable software attributes and encouraging GPs to promote their adoption.
THE CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
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