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The Break Glass function in My Health Record: when and how to use it

National Digital Health Strategy set to empower Australians

Governments have ticked off a 5-year plan aiming to empower Australians to manage and improve their personal health and wellbeing through advances in digital technology. Launched today, Australia’s National Digital Health Strategy 2023 – 2028 and accompanying Strategy

‘Too important not to get right’: National plan for artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare launched

The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) is too big to ignore and, for healthcare, too important not to get right, according to leading digital health expert Professor Enrico Coiera, who yesterday launched a national policy

Digital professionalism includes using artificial intelligence (AI) for safety and quality outcomes

How we perform our jobs and the choice of resources we use to inform our decisions are constantly changing. Graduates will now use artificial intelligence (AI) tools in their future careers, and it needs to

Social media drives rise in cosmetic surgery as industry faces further reforms

Young women who regularly engage with social media are excessively self-judgemental and more likely to consider cosmetic surgery – with the number of cosmetic procedures having almost doubled in eight years, new research has revealed.

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