Conceived in 2014, Singapore’s National Health IT Masterplan is coming to fruition, with key projects such as the National Electronic Health Record (NEHR) system already in place.
A hospital in Singapore is now using robotics to bring down pharmacy waiting times while easing loads on pharmacists by automating 80% of medication dispensing.
Pilot scheme lets patient do prescribed drills at home, with data transmitted to therapist
A.I. is poised to become a game changer for the health care sector, but convincing doctors, clinicians, nurses, patients and other stakeholders to place their trust in self-thinking machines could be tricky.
A S$150 million kitty has been set aside for 100 projects that use artificial intelligence to solve “real-world” problems, particularly in the areas of finance, healthcare and city management solutions, the Government announced on Wednesday (May 3).
6 public healthcare institutions in scheme that lets patients consult experts from their homes