A Global Healthcare Study From A Provider Of Mobile And IoT Management Solutions SOTI reveals that only 33% of Australian healthcare workers’ time is spent on patient care. With research conducted in seven countries (Australia, UK, Germany, France, Sweden, USA and Canada) with home care workers, visiting nurses and fieldRead More →

INVITED RESEARCH: New Global Healthcare Study from SOTI Finds Only 33% of Australian Healthcare Workers’ Time Is Spent on Patient Care Two-thirds of Australian healthcare workers agree their organization needs to invest in new or better technology to improve patient care, according to a new research report from the mobileRead More →

Humaid Al Qutami, Managing Director of the Dubai Health Authority, DHA, received Ian Halliday, Australian Consul General in Dubai, and John Cavanagh, Deputy Consul General and Trade Commissioner for the Middle East, Africa and Turkey for the Australian Trade and Investment Commission, or Austrade. The two sides discussed the collaborationRead More →

Wed 23-09-2020 15:58 PM DUBAI, September 23, 2020 (WAM) – Humaid Al Qutami, Managing Director of the Dubai Health Authority, DHA, received Ian Halliday, Australian Consul General in Dubai, and John Cavanagh, Deputy Consul General and Trade Commissioner for the Middle -East East, Africa and Turkey for the Australian TradeRead More →

At Asiri Group of Hospitals, patient safety has always been a top priority, based on a framework built on a foundation of knowledge, advanced technology and compassion. In recognition of the group’s continued pursuit of safe and high quality healthcare, Asiri Surgical and Medical Hospitals in Colombo and Asiri GalleRead More →

A new partnership between Smiling spirit and the Australian Federal Government will provide 20,000 Australian healthcare professionals with access to a dedicated mental health program. The program, now available in the popular Smiling Mind app, has been tailored to the needs of healthcare workers to help them manage their mentalRead More →

Qatar Airways offers 100,000 free round-trip flights to healthcare professionals in Australia and around the world, valid for travel to any destination in the global Qatar Airways network, and accompanied by a companion. Open to doctors, nurses, paramedics, doctors, pharmacists, laboratory technicians and clinical researchers, eligible people can register viaRead More →

“Occupational therapists generally deal with patients with neurological disease, so they are used to moving and handling patients who have had a stroke,” she said. Recumbent teams typically involve a doctor or intensive care nurse managing the airway at the head of the patient and a senior physiotherapist overseeing movement,Read More →

SYDNEY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Electric scooter maker Mearth has donated dozens of its Mearth X and Mearth X Pro electric scooters to healthcare workers in New South Wales. “Healthcare workers can greatly benefit from the convenience that electric scooters bring, especially now more than ever,” said Ming YE, owner of Mearth. “Mearth electricRead More →

Louisa Vogelenzang, deputy managing director of the Identity Theft and Breach Notification practice at Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, was featured in CSO Australia regarding the group she founded, Cyber ​​Volunteers-19 Australia. Cyber ​​Volunteers-19 Australia is made up of cybersecurity professionals from across Australia who come together toRead More →

Australians returning from Italy or South Korea, who are employed in the medical and elderly care sectors, are told not to return to work for two weeks. Key points: Coronavirus outbreaks in Italy and South Korea have prompted federal government to extend quarantine advice Australians from both countries urged toRead More →

Australian Health Week returns to the International Convention Center in Sydney from March 25-26, 2020 to focus on the continuous improvement of Australia’s hospitals and workforce for the future. With over 7,000 healthcare professionals gathered for two days of networking, learning and collaboration, this year’s free event celebrates 10 yearsRead More →

Band Byron Kaye SYDNEY, November 1 (Reuters) – Shares of Australia’s largest listed elderly care providers rebounded from early losses on Friday after a government-backed survey sharply criticized care for the elderly and vulnerable, raising expectations of a major regulatory overhaul. The Royal Commission inquiry, published after the market closedRead More →

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Shares of Australia’s largest listed elderly care providers rebounded from their initial losses on Friday after a government-backed survey sharply criticized care for the elderly and vulnerable, raising expectations of ‘a major regulatory overhaul. The Royal Commission inquiry, released on Thursday after the market closed, called forRead More →

AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets entered the Australian healthcare real estate market through a partnership with Grosvenor Group and Sydney-based Centuria Capital Group. AXA, Grosvenor Group and Centuria’s new subsidiary, Centuria Heathley, have established the Australian Diversified Healthcare Fund (ADHF) to build and hold a real estate portfolio ofRead More →

A Chinese firm’s interest in Australian health giant Healius is causing concern in Canberra as it holds sensitive military medical records, including those of elite special forces. The Morrison government said any decision to acquire the $ 2 billion pathology and radiology company would trigger an investigation by the ForeignRead More →

Malaysia’s Employee Provident Fund (EPF) has invested AU $ 100 million (€ 63 million) in Dexus Healthcare Wholesale Property Fund (HWPF), an Australian healthcare real estate fund. Malaysia’s $ 200 billion (€ 178 billion) pension fund serves both the private sector and non-pensionable public sector employees in the country. DexusRead More →

St George’s Hospital won the award for best hospital redevelopment at the second edition of the Australian Healthcare Week Excellence Awards. The award honored and recognized the efforts and achievements of the project team, including the fact that the new state-of-the-art Acute Care Services building has improved patient outcomes andRead More →

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Australian Healthcare Facility Management Market Forecast to 2024” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The study period is from 2015 to 2024, with the base year in 2018 and the forecast period in 2019 to 2024. This research service provides insight into the growth drivers ofRead More →

Today’s clinical and non-clinical staff spend too much time on things that don’t interact, according to Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) President Dr Harry Nespolon. “Let me explain what a normal day in general medicine looks like without interoperability. I see a patient who went to the hospitalRead More →

Inefficient central systems and processes for managing the patient lifecycle are causing a “significant gap” between patient expectations and the reality of healthcare providers, according to a new industry study. This, according to the report, “hinders” Australian healthcare providers. Fifty-eight percent said there were ineffective communication mechanisms between the hospitalRead More →

The Singapore GIC is the anonymous investor supporting a new Australian $ 2 billion (€ 1.27 billion) healthcare real estate fund in Australia. It was reported last week that Canada’s NorthWest Healthcare Properties Real Estate Investment Trust has launched a new fund with a 70% stake from a sovereign wealthRead More →

Six weeks after Australia mandatory data breach notification regime entered into force, 63 breaches have already been reported, compared to 114 voluntarily disclosed data breaches in 2017. The gap reveals the extent of under-reporting under voluntary agreements. The Australian Information Commissioner’s Office (OAIC) ​​revealed these figures in its first trimesterRead More →

Bernie Sanders has said President Donald Trump is correct that Australia has better health care than the United States. Sanders, a self-proclaimed Democratic socialist who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination last year, said the US Senate should use the Australian system as a model while crafting an alternative toRead More →

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders said on Saturday President Donald Trump was right to call Australia’s universal healthcare system better than the U.S. system. Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination last year, also said the Senate should use the Australian system asRead More →

White House deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Friday that President Trump was “just complimenting” Australia’s prime minister when he said Australia had a better health care system than the states. -United. Some, including Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who supports a “Medicare-for-all” system, seized on Trump’s praise of Australia’sRead More →

Network provider and a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, Aruba Networks, has deployed its end-to-end network solution to a series of new Australian healthcare customers. These customers, which include Epworth HealthCare and Feros Care, have adopted its mobility-defined networks to better support patients, doctors and life-saving monitoring devices. Epworth HealthCare isRead More →

New report finds home patient care can save an average of 22% compared to inpatient care for six different health conditions Momentum continues to build in favor of “Home hospitalKnown by the acronym HITH. For some health conditions, this model of care allows the patient to stay at home, insteadRead More →