An aspect of hospital TV dramas that’s somewhat true to life is staff relying on pagers as a key mode of communication. Medtasker wants to update this.
The Talent Unleashed Awards have uncovered a wide variety of innovative companies over the years, with more than a few working to save or make lives better from the medical or health technology sector. The latest to join this group of alumni is Australian startup Life Whisperer, which is working to better the often costly […]
Between bone repair glue and gene splicing, there is a diverse range of startups working to improve our health or innovate the way the sector operates.
The CSIRO has this week launched M2, a new facility that will help emerging medical technology companies and researchers commercialise their ideas.
Long having recognised the need to embrace new technologies in order to better go about its work and ensure patients are well cared for is Inala Primary Care (IPC), a general practice in the Brisbane suburb of Inala.
Medical Channel streams tailored content to health practices to both educate and entertain patients slumped in their waiting room chairs.
The government has launched the Biomedical Translation Fund, a $500 million fund that will help commercialise biomedical discoveries.
To decrease the cost of hospital expenditure and relieve the time spent between patient and doctor is new healthtech app, Ada. The app is a diagnosis smartphone service that was built in Berlin and London with the input of more than 100 medical doctors and years of clinical research.
Like countless startups across various industries, Medical Safety Systems was founded in 2013 to answer the simple question of, how do we do this better?
After receiving a $1 million grant through the Federal Government’s Accelerating Commercialisation program earlier this year, biotech company Clarity Pharmaceuticals has announced it has raised a further $2 million in funding to help further develop its technology.
Trajan Scientific and Medical has today launched an accelerator program, aiming to support medtech social enterprises and drive long term growth for startups in the sector. The new program will work off a collaborative model and target early stage enterprises that aim to impact human well-being through innovative and technological applications of science.
ATP Innovations and the NSW Office for Health and Medical Research have announced the opening for applications into their Medical Device Commercialisation Training Program (MDCTP).