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Contactless smart cards mean safer medical centres in Australia

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29-Apr-15 While many hospitals around Australia have adopted smart card technology, medical centres and neighbourhood GPs are yet to fully engage with it. Though the most obvious benefit is to control physical access to buildings, other factors could deliver substantial benefits to Australian doctors, from secure storage of patient data, to infection control. [image: Facility Management]

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Telstra Health shows its hand

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27-Apr-15 The overall strategy behind Telstra's many acquisitions and partnerships in the eHealth space over the past two years has been unclear. To begin answering that question, Managing director Shane Solomon says its MyCareManager system typifies what Telstra hoped to achieve. It is a platform that brings together existing products already under the Telstra banner. [image: Getty Images / franckreporter]

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China's med tech firms see innovation necessary

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17-Apr-15 Innovation will become increasingly necessary for Chinese medical technology companies in the next five years, according to a survey of medical technology company executives. China's med tech companies are trailing telecom and pharmaceutical firms when it comes to innovating. [image: China Daily Europe]

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Myanmar looks to Milwaukee as it builds healthcare infrastructure

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15-Apr-15 Representatives from Myanmar's Ministry of Health have toured the cardiac care department at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, to gain knowledge and solutions as it seeks to build its own emerging healthcare infrastructure. They also plan to visit med tech companies Varian, Medtronic and Hill-Rom, and hospitals Mayo Clinic and The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano. [image: Biz Times]

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