For ScalaMed, the journey to helping patients manage their health simply and conveniently, on the go, starts with medication management
Between bone repair glue and gene splicing, there is a diverse range of startups working to improve our health or innovate the way the sector operates.
CSIRO has unveiled a new AI-powered eye screening solution that enables general practitioners (GPs) to test diabetic patients for diabetic retinopathy.
The CSIRO has this week launched M2, a new facility that will help emerging medical technology companies and researchers commercialise their ideas.
Prostmate is an online platform looking to give patients of prostate cancer access to tailored support
ooking to make the journey easier for patients of prostate cancer is Prostmate, a platform developed by Australian Prostate Cancer Research (APCR) and collaborators including Cancer Council Australia, St George Hospital, and Edith Cowan University.
RMIT University has signed an agreement with MGC Pharmaceuticals that will see them collaborate on medical cannabis research initiatives in Australia.
Queensland general practice Inala Primary Care has developed an app to help track immunisations for refugees
Long having recognised the need to embrace new technologies in order to better go about its work and ensure patients are well cared for is Inala Primary Care (IPC), a general practice in the Brisbane suburb of Inala.
Trimph is a biomedical startup working to commercialise a range of medical technologies using their patented polymer platform.
After renaming from ATP Innovations to Cicada Innovations, the Sydney tech incubator has opened up applications for medtech startups to apply for its NSW Medical Device Commercialisation Training Program [MDCTP].
Four Australian healthtech startups have secured a total of $8.6 million in funding from the NSW Department of Health. The funding comes from the Government’s Medical Device Fund [MDF] and will help the chosen startups to develop and commercialise their innovations.
Melbourne healthtech startup HealthKit, which has created a practice management system for private practices and a health management platform for patients, has raised $1.6 million in a Series A round led by a Melbourne-based family office investor, with participation from existing investors.