Oracle announces healthcare-specific features for Fusion Cloud Suite
Oracle announces new healthcare-specific capabilities for the Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite at the Oracle Health Conference.
Digital health market to be USD $2.586 trillion by 2032: FMI
The digital health market is expected to be worth US$224.24 billion in 2022 and is likely to grow at a CAGR of 27.7% to reach USD $2.586 trillion by 2032.
Digital transformation in healthcare set to surge
Digital health has become an increasingly prevalent buzzword due to the increasing implementation of digital health platforms.
NICE chosen to support health experiences for NZ public
NICE has announced that Whakarongorau Aotearoa New Zealand Telehealth Services has implemented NICE's CXone cloud-native platform.
Coviu has appointed a new Global Australian Director
Jenny Aiken appointed as Coviu Global Australia Director, bringing over 30 years of healthcare and commercial expertise to the telehealth company's growth.
The Telehealth service success born during COVID-19
Reach Aotearoa needed a partner that could implement this solution in a short time span and hire a workforce large enough to run it comfortably.
Kaspersky uncovers multiple vulnerabilities in wearable tracking technology
Kaspersky finds 33 vulnerabilities in protocol for transmitting data from wearable devices, including 18 critical ones in 2021 alone.
Microsoft to launch cloud service for healthcare firms
Microsoft is launching a dedicated cloud service for healthcare, aiming to improve connectedness for healthcare firms and patients.
Chatham Islands gain satellite telemedicine
Telemedicine arrives at the Chatham Islands offering residents urgent and specialist care without leaving home - potentially reducing costly airlifts.
New Vivid Solutions GM eyes 'radical' growth
Stephan Coetzee appointed as General Manager - Customer Development of Vivid Solutions, New Zealand's top provider of video conferencing for health industry.
Can Telehealth shape the future of medical treatment?
The provision of healthcare services and information by telecommunication methods could hold the potential to change the way we receive medical care.