Telemedicine researchers at Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, have developed new video-streaming technology to help parents stay connected to their premature babies while in hospital.
Telstra Health has launched a new GP telemedicine service – ReadyCare – that facilitates access to a doctor using phone or video to receive advice, treatment, diagnosis and prescriptions.
Juniper Networks is ramping up its focus on the healthcare industry and Australia is one of three countries, along with the US and China, selected for initial focus of a new partner accreditation scheme.
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