Swinburne University of Technology has partnered with telehealth platform provider Coviu to increase the number of consultations done online in order to combat the doctor shortage in rural Australia.
Australia’s first large-scale trial of telehealth has shown that the healthcare system could save up to $3 billion a year, according to the CSIRO which trialled telehealth systems with 287 patients over a 12-month period.
Australian digital health platform for practitioners and patients, HealthKit, has partnered with Coviu, a CSIRO Data61 startup, to integrate its browser-based telehealth platform to give video consultation capability to its 15,000 health practitioners.
did this ever get sorted?
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