President Joko Widodo asks the local government to apply an e-government system (SPBE) and utilise AI to handle stunting cases as a similar effort has successfully reduced the issues in the Sumedang regency.
Flaws in current driving tests mean people living with dementia sometimes receive no formal assessment or they are told they must stop driving as soon as they are diagnosed even when they could continue driving safely.
The Northern Territory Government has rolled out the second stage of its AU$259 million patient health record system ‘Acacia’ which is the biggest project of its type ever undertaken in the NT.
Researchers from UNSW Sydney’s NeuRA were granted AU$ 2.4 million in Development; one project aims to improve treatment for people with obstructive sleep apnoea while the other to prevent falls in older people.
Eligible health facilities and digital solutions companies can earn financial incentives of up to INR 40 million based on the number of digital health records they create and link to Ayushman Bharat Health Accounts.
The Australian Digital Health Agency is boosting My Health Record protections via a new mandatory security requirements conformance profile for clinical information systems connected to the My Health Record system.
Chatbots can effectively engage people with depression in empathetic conversations and assist in the treatment of symptoms; an in-depth analysis of conversational flow will help app developers design future chatbots.
The Home Team Science and Technology Agency is working to deploy an automated toilet that uses robotics, sensors, and deep learning to collect urine samples and screen them for illicit drugs.
Indonesia’s Vice President encourage digitalisation in the health sector as a prevention measurement to save Indonesian economic health cost.
The Ministry of Health will review policies on IT and digital transformation in medical examination and treatment and issue a circular on e-prescribing, telemedicine, and digital payment methods for consultation.