WA aged care and retirement villages provider Bethanie has launched a new website to improve the digital experience for aged care customers and their families.
The upcoming Digital Health Show conference features world experts on the impact of digital health applications and the innovative approaches to health, the treatment of chronic disease and aged care, and Technology Review has free tickets to give away.
Cyber security experts from the national computer emergency response team, CERT Australia, have called on Australian companies to apply regular security software updates to protect their websites from defacement and subsequent damage to business and reputation.
For those looking for wearable technology that is also fashionable, American clothing and accessories designer and manufacturer Fossil Group has announced it will launch more than 100 connected devices in 2016.
NEHTA is this week hosting its first webinar in a series designed to help software developers connect their health information systems to the national eHealth record system.
INS LifeGuard has launched a new medical alarm system and communications hub this month that features a suite of internet-enabled extras for retirement living and community care organisations to offer clients.
Small to medium-sized not-for-profit organisations can access the latest voice and data technology, including networking, IT, and cloud-based software with the help of a new product launched by Church Resources.
Far North Queensland and the Nepean Blue Mountains region of New South Wales will host the opt-out eHealth trials, Minister for Health Sussan Ley has announced.
Aged care providers, allied health professionals, researchers and trainers are gearing up to discuss the challenges around meeting new wellness requirements at the Active Ageing Conference next week.
An interactive light sculpture representing the brain that aims to help people understand the importance of stimulating the brain is on display in Melbourne for Dementia Awareness Month.
Current and emerging technologies to enable active ageing and a functional home environment are among the topics of hands-on workshops at the upcoming Active Ageing Conference.
Aged care hospitality specialists OSCAR is offering a one-month free trial of its latest cloud-based software designed to support providers to deliver the right meal to every resident in a facility simultaneously.
A new robotic exoskeleton that incorporates virtual reality gaming has been launched to assist arm and hand rehabilitation after stroke.
Several new and updated tools and resources are available to assist aged care providers and vendors connect into the national eHealth system.