Dr Mohsen Rahmani, Antonio Tricoli and Zelio Fusco. Tiny optical sensors, that are 50 times thinner than a human hair and may make it possible to create wearable devices that allow diagnosis in…
Fitbit admits it misled Australians on product warranties Fitness tracker manufacturer Fitbit has admitted that it provided misleading information to Australians about their customer guarantee rights under Australian Consumer Law.
Smartphone apps used to track mental health disorders Researchers at Flinders University claim they have found that wearable technology, such as smart watches, and also smartphone apps, could help improve the treatment of…
Workplace culture key to fighting depression, says SAS VP David Bowie, vice-president ANZ for global analytics leader SAS, says a safe, open and caring workplace culture is key to helping employees manage, and work…
Research finds consumers trust AI in healthcare more than banking or retail An online survey of 500 consumers across the US, representing an age range of 18-70+, indicates 47% of people are comfortable with artificial intelligence in…
Project Clara: taking medical imaging into the future "Modern medical imaging is really driven by computing," according to Nvidia vice-president for healthcare, Kimberley Powell.
New app speeds up recovery from work injuries The CSIRO’s data innovation network Data61 has developed a new real-time video platform designed to help quicker recovery from work injuries through virtual appointments.
Medical firms in deal for integrated provider directory Medical software and information provider MedicalDirector has cut a deal with digital health company Healthshare to list integrated providers in its cloud-based solution, Helix, by…

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