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New wearable devices to diagnose medical conditions such as preeclampsia, epilepsy and heart attacks
"Wearable consumer products such as the Fitbit are already mainstream, yet the enormous transformative medical potential of wearable technologies is yet to be realised."
Expert urges NZ to begin health system’s digital upgrade
The chief executive of NZHIT says the Government should release a report that will kickstart the digital transformation of NZ’s health services.
Shadow of ransomware looms over healthcare sector
“Hackers will continue to target vulnerable systems as long as there are profits to be made: from selling the stolen patient’s data to holding the healthcare systems hostage until the criminals’ demands are met.”
Could Air NZ use downtime to digitally transform NZ’s health systems?
One University of Otago professor thinks that our national airline could “bring to health what they have achieved with air travel.”
Forescout appoints A/NZ director Rohan Langdon
Langdon says businesses are facing major challenges as they implement remote working technologies, and new protocols.
Data visualisation tech in medicine to see major growth
Analysis of industry data indicates expenditure on big data analytics in healthcare is estimated to see a compound annual growth rate of over 19% between now and 2027.
Embracing cloud essential for healthcare organisations to deliver advanced care
Digital transformation significantly impacted cloud implementation across various industry verticals, and healthcare organisations were no different.
New report reveals 'wall of shame' in health care data breaches
More than 27 million individuals were affected by breaches of protected health information, according to Bitglass.
IDC: Coronavirus presents opportunities for ICT vendors
The COVID-19 outbreak will bring both challenges and opportunities for the ICT market, according to IDC.
HBF chooses Oracle Health Insurance to achieve digital transformation
HBF is a private health insurer based in Western Australia. According to a statement from the company, it is looking to improve the experience it offers to members, employees and providers.
AI tech to bolster suicide prevention efforts in Australia
New project will utilise artificial intelligence to streamline clinical records to better inform responses to suicide prevention.
Trade war and coronavirus uncertainty proves challenge for Huawei as smartphone shipments drop
The full-year decline in 2019 represents the third consecutive year of falling shipments.
Cyber criminals exploiting coronavirus fears
Cyber criminals are exploiting fears surrounding the current outbreak of coronavirus in an attempt to launch theft malware.
Digital technologies change the way APAC consumers manage their health
"Brands are empowering consumers with information that can help them better understand the health issues relevant to them in order to contextualise and shape their own health goals."
Hands (and body)-on review: The Dyson Pure Cool Me
The Pure Cool Me is the perfect answer to those of us wanting healthy, filtered and cool air.
healthAlliance announces new CFO
"Joining the public healthcare sector that is undergoing fundamental change in the form of digital transformation to support better health outcomes for people is very exciting."
HPE rolls out 26 weeks' paid parental leave for A/NZ employees
As part of the Work That Fits Your Life program, parental leave, parental transition support, retirement transition support, and Wellness Fridays are all available as career support options.
Health focused app launches in A/NZ
A new app has been launched by Jonas Leisure for users in Australia and New Zealand, professing to ‘open up new ways for members to connect with each other and their fitness facilities’.
Sneak peek: The Dyson Pure Cool Me
The Pure Cool Me is all about the personal user. Using some very impressive technology, developed by Tom and several other engineers, the Pure Cool Me will ensure cool air that has been purified of 99.95% of particle pollutants.
New eye technology for cataract patients comes to NZ
The new surgical procedure replaces the lens in the eye with an artificial lens and is the first of its kind to be offered in New Zealand.
'Sittingitis' is the new taboo in the office
Despite numerous health warnings on the negative effects of prolonged sitting, people continue to sit too much.
Three quick tips for IT professionals to start cooking more at home
When cooking a meal from scratch requires an entire grocery trip, technical kitchen skills and a clean-up afterwards – it’s easy to see why people are going the fast food route.
Five key ways an IT professional can keep their body and mind healthy
Sitting in the same place facing an artificially lit screen for 6-8 hours a day can have a negative impact on your overall health if you don’t offset it with diet and exercise.
Medical-Grade tech brings opportunity in wearables market
There is significant opportunity for growth in clinically validated, yet user-friendly wearables to aid individuals manage such ailments.