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Blog, royal childrens hospital

New models of care

An international health reform organisation comes to Melbourne The HealthXL event was held at the Murcock Children’s Research Institute, set in the Royal Children’s Hospital, Flemington Road Melbourne. HealthXL is an international organisation. Their aim is to resolve the most pressing healthcare problems through collaboration. Four main themes were covered on this day: New models …

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Blog, Melbourne Health Accelerator Program

Duplex and Adyuvo

Preventing hospital infections and integrating data for renal patients The winter Melbourne Health Accelerator program is over half way through it’s Winter curriculum. The pitches are much more focused and clear about who the customer is, and what the product can offer. Contacts have been organised with senior clinical staff in the hospital to discuss …

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Blog, Syd Verma, Peak15

Intensive Care looks into the future

The Bits ā€˜nā€™ Bytes of Intensive Care: Data That Matters! Last night Peak 15 held their first meetup for 2017 at the Alfred Medical Education and Research Precinct. David Pitcher David Pitcher is an Intensive Care Specialist and chair of the Intensive Care Society Centre for Outcome and Resource Evaluation David raised the issue of ICU patients fitting …

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Blog, patrik hutzel, intensive care at home

HealthXL Melbourne conference 2016

Health tech pitches from Lab 14 A great workshop was held today at Lab 14, 700 Swanston Street Carlton. There were 11 health startups presenting their pitch, 60 odd people listening, providing advice and support. Peter Saunders from Health Delivered Health Delivered is a cloud-based platform that consultations with dieticians, personalised meal plans and ongoing …

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