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Australia to use wearables to monitor chronic conditions

Following research from Griffith University in Australia, wearable devices will be available for medical professionals to help remotely manage chronic conditions. The move is intended to help patients self-manage conditions such as hypertension, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. The wearables will be available next February and will use chips provided by telecoms company¬†Huawei Technology who worked…

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Online care network launches in Australia

An online marketplace has been launched in Australia to help support those living with disability. The Care Support Network gives elderly people and those with disabilities a choice over their care including the support services they receive. The Care Support Network has access to around 3,000 carers, giving users the option of picking the carer…

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InTouch with Health heads down under with patient flow partnership

A Gloucester-based healthcare IT company will install its patient flow management solutions in hospitals across Australia and New Zealand after agreeing to a partnership with a regional healthcare supplier. The company, Intouch with Health, has partnered with Device Technologies Australia to install a range of its technologies including self check-in kiosks for patients and flow…

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