SafeScript issues alerts for 3300 patients in two months
Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services
The Honourable Steven Miles
Friday, January 11, 2019
A new device for Queenslanders in a medical emergency
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Lifeline for people with rare diseases in health system maze
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Renewed backing for digital health commercialisation initiative
Tech development, regulation, investment and implementation key to digital health
Position vacant: human
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Hacking for data sharing
ACS to hold Directed Hack series next month.
Cancer Trials Australia joins data-sharing platform
Indigenous health TV series gets $1m boost
Revised govt-wide digital records play gets green light
Finance to begin co-design next month.
Government-funded body's survey of cyber sector reveals encryption bill dread
Voice-activated gadgets will dominate CES. Will they sell?
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With the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) continuing to issue alerts about medicines available on the internet, NPS MedicineWise recommends checking up on the online provider to prevent risking your health, wallet and even prosecution.
NPS MedicineWise CEO Mr Steve Morris says it may be tempting to self-diagnose and order medicines online, but this can be a dangerous practice.
“The risk with buying medicines online is your self-diagnosis may be wrong, the medicine you purchase may not be suitable for you, and it might interact with other medicines you may already be taking,” said Mr Morris.
Telstra set to start offering 5G smartphones in the first half of 2019
By Adam Turner
Hubble shows Triangulum galaxy where stars are forming
- By Press Association
- 3:17PM January 8, 2019