Securing mobile working in healthcare

Dramatic developments in digital technologies have fuelled the growth and need for a mobile workforce, with the number of mobile workers predicted to climb to 1,87-billion by 2022 - accounting for almost half (42,5%) of the global workforce. By Ronald Ravel, director:...

Managing laboratory information during the pandemic

When the Centre for Proteomic & Genomic Research (CPGR) realised that there was an emergent testing shortfall for Covid-19 in March this year, the organisation sought to create a solution that would be suitable for rapid production and rollout in South Africa....

Transforming mobile working in healthcare

Technology is continually transforming the way people work across a diverse range of industries, with the number of mobile workers predicted to climb from 1,45-billion in 2016 to 1,87-billion by 2022 – accounting for 42,5% of the global workforce. By Ronald Ravel,...

Platform simplifies doctor consultations

Udok has launched a doctor-to-patient video conferencing platform. With physical doctor consultations becoming more of a risk during the current global healthcare crisis, the way doctors and patients interact has been changed for the foreseeable future. Udok has...

Laparoscopy performed using 5G technology

The first laparoscopy to be performed in Russia with the use of 5G technology was recently undertaken in the 5G pilot zone located in Skolkovo. Telecommunications company Beeline, together with Huawei and GMS Hospital partnered together to complete two such surgical...

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