Virtual healthcare could be a catalyst for social change

According to the United Nations Development Programme, more than 400-million people in sub-Saharan Africa lack access to good health care, representing nearly half of the global total without this essential service. The UNDP’s latest Insurance and Risk Finance...
Navigating healthcare uncertainty across Africa

Navigating healthcare uncertainty across Africa

While Africa continues to face challenges around healthcare accessibility and cost, there are glimmers of hope on the digital horizon, writes Rodney Taylor, MD of Guardian Eye. Sub-Saharan Africa is expected to become home to one in three people by the end of the...
AI-powered healthcare offers patients a brighter future

AI-powered healthcare offers patients a brighter future

The driving force behind artificial intelligence (AI) is its potential to accelerate human progress and enhance our experiences in all areas of our lives, and in no area is this more significant than healthcare. By Doug Woolley, GM of Dell Technologies South Africa...

How GenAI is driving better patient outcomes

Amid economic uncertainty, rising consumer and patient expectations, healthcare and life sciences leaders understand the imperative to invest in AI and automation to drive greater efficiency. By Linda Saunders, director: solution engineering, Africa at Salesforce From...

Healthcare IT market to hit $644,9bn by 2030

The global healthcare IT market size is expected to reach $644,9-billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 18,7% from 2024 to 2030, according to a new report by Grand View Research. The rising demand for advanced healthcare IT solutions, including Electronic Health Record...
Technology and data can improve SA healthcare

Technology and data can improve SA healthcare

Technology and data can improve and uplift communities in South Africa especially from a healthcare perspective, writes Steve Bottger, executive: software engineering at Altron Systems Integration. Imagine the potential to pinpoint and react to a cholera outbreak with...