Using technology to bring together 12,500 residents across 41 villages in Australia and New Zealand
Technology partner to Ryman Healthcare, Aware Group, has developed technology solutions to connect all the villages for an upcoming sporting event. With the use of artificial intelligence and augmented reality technology, implemented safely and practically, Aware Group can help residents create new memories at a fun and engaging event.
3 examples of proven R&D value add to the start-up lifecycle
A formal R&D function adds great value to any aspirational organisation.
Meet Zwift, the app that will get you back on your bike in no time at all
At-home fitness apps have seen a surge in popularity since Covid-19 lockdowns began around the world. How does Zwift work? Chris Schulz takes it for a spin.
Post-Covid innovations on the Cloud – Enlighten Designs on supporting social re-emergence
On the other side of COVID-19, wellbeing and connection to public sector resources will be increasingly programmed into integrated tools.
New Zealand’s proposed health reforms are focused on big data – what’s the business opportunity?
If its recommendations are adopted, the government commissioned review of the health sector would be groundbreaking.
Building a truly AI-powered organisation
Organisations need to get the right culture in place to best take advantage of artificial intelligence, says a senior Microsoft executive.
US opportunities for Kiwi health tech as Covid-19 enters new phase
New Zealand health technology firms are well placed to win business in the largest healthcare market in the world, says a leading analyst who has closely studied the US response to Covid-19.
What it takes to keep healthcare up and running in a pandemic
Mobile Mentor is a New Zealand-led international enterprise mobility solutions provider, with some critical healthcare service clients.
The New Zealand Government is radically rethinking its Health and Disability Sector
The Government yesterday announced its commitment to a long-term equity programme for health and disability. In part, the report was a response to the past lack of planning around digital technology.
5 great Kiwi apps to come out of Covid-19
Kiwis have been innovating in the face of the pandemic and there’s been an influx of new apps ‒ but not all of them are worth your time. I’ve picked some of my favourites, available on both Android and iPhone, including ones that will hopefully stick around long after the pandemic.
Business resilience and community with David Downs and Scott Arrol
In this episode David Howden (Head of Cloud, Umbrellar) is joined by David Downs (Task Force Lead, MBIE) and Scott Arrol (CEO, NZHIT) as they discuss resiliency and community within New Zealand businesses
Scott Arrol, of NZHIT, shares the latest on the HealthTech sector
What's the latest on NZHIT and the digital transformation journey for local GPs?
NZ Spinal Trust and the hope factor
New Zealand Spinal Trust work to empower people with spinal cord impairments and their whānau to embrace positive futures.
Murray Polson – Meaningful health
Evidence-based HealthTech is the approach of the future, but are New Zealand companies keeping up? Listen to Dave and Murray Polson (Managing Director at Erudite Group) chat about's behind a passionate health technologist and what's next for health digitisation and modernisation. Erudite’s HealthTech approach is heavily rooted in epidemiology: the study of how health exists within specific communities.
NZHIT – Enabling a healthier New Zealand
Scott Arrol, CEO of NZHIT talks to Dave Howden about health, digital, and the imperative to cut costs and improve the quality of patient care.
Showcasing BI in health
Earlier this year, we were very proud to partner with Aceso and exhibit at both Future Now in Auckland and HINZ in Wellington.
Delivering innovative patient care with Microsoft Azure Stack
MercyAscot Hospital has reduced some cancer diagnosis times from weeks to less than an hour with its new cloud-based tools. Rather than patients needing to go to separate appointments, its first-of-its-kind value-based appointment system brings medical staff together in one room.
Enabling hospitals with real-time MRI data: Aceso at Future Now
In Microsoft’s first New Zealand Future Now conference, Umbrellar CEO, Dave Howden, and Aceso Health Director , Dalibor Ftrunik, revealed the mechanics behind their use of Power BI to help private healthcare provider Mercy Radiology dig deeper with data from MRI machines. Who uses them, who misses appointments, and how can machines be deployed to where they're needed? Watch the video to see how they delivered this solution in an impressive five weeks!