Fake practitioners now face jail time and even bigger fines as new regulations commence.
The TX Temp — Enless temperature sensor from HLP Controls provides data logging to the cloud to ensure vaccine and blood fridges are at the correct temperature.
A Canadian study has found that 95% of healthcare workers keep working after they start experiencing symptoms of infectious diseases, such as influenza.
When our care system is in crisis, how do hospitals decide how to distribute scarce resources? We address the ethical dilemmas.
Is it possible to be a feminine CEO and still kick goals? Aged care service provider Benetas CEO Sandra Hills certainly believes so.
Barton Private Hospital CEO Jessy McGowan loves her job. Originally a nurse, she keeps the hospital running smoothly and morale high. She shares her day.
The NHMRC has released the 2019 edition of the Australian Guidelines for the Prevention and Control of Infection in Healthcare, marking the first update since 2010.
A growing problem in health care is that many highly competent health professionals, even in senior roles, struggle unnecessarily with feeling incompetent.
If a crisis struck your organisation, what would you do? Competent leaders can be undone in a crisis, affecting both their business and personal reputation.
In a landmark decision, a man was fined $120K for deliberately misleading elderly patients by presenting unqualified people as health practitioners.
Running the Purple House dialysis centres in remote Central Australia is not easy, but Sarah Brown is not your standard CEO. She shares her leadership journey.
Health contact centres provide advice to the Australian public 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A new Australian standard helps ensure consistency and safety.
Bupa is alleged to have charged fees for extra services that it did not provide, or only partially provided, in 21 aged-care homes across Australia.
It was the people who believed in HISA CEO Dr Louise Schaper who gave her the confidence to believe in herself.
For years, gynecologist and obstetrician Dr Emil Gayed, and the health system, failed his patients. We review the case and its implications for hospitals.