Taipei has implemented the access management system by integrating the TaipeiPASS mechanism with EasyCard so the officials have a list of individuals who have taken the COVID-19 vaccine.
The medical devices industry in Singapore has grown significantly as the government increase its investment in health technology; the nation has also adopted many new technologies in healthcare.
A new method of processing 3D images for computer simulation can equip engineers, doctors with more, better information and can be applied in diverse applications.
To treat cancer more safely with fewer risks, Taiwan innovators have developed a new system to overcome problems commonly seen with the older technology.
Scientists from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University and Tan Tock Seng Hospital have developed a new method of screening glaucoma using artificial intelligence.
To increase efficiency in reading and analysing electronic health data, U.S. scientists created an unsupervised machine learning that can mine data accurately and more efficiently.
The nation is driving health initiatives and platforms to create local solutions that address local health needs in an evolving and VUCA landscape.
The Australian Cancer Research Foundation recently launched the Australian Centre of Excellence in Melanoma Imaging and Diagnosis equipped with world-first 3D scanning technology.
OpenGov TV Fireside Chat with Geert Carrein
Part 1 of our OpenGov TV Fireside Chat with Geert Carrein, Vice President of Diagnostic Imaging, Barco Healthcare