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Watch this talk on how common issues, mitigations, and methodologies particular to the healthcare domain and Android and find out what opportunities there are for developers in eHealth!
“eHealth is seen by some as possibly the most important revolution in healthcare since the advent of modern medicine,” – Dr Rhonda Jolly, Australian Policy Online
With the massive adoption and proliferation of Android devices across the globe, a diminishing number of medical professionals per capita, and a long term goal of providing Star Trek-esque medical aid, there’s a big opportunity for Android to play a role in revolutionising the healthcare industry.
As Australia is rolling out its fledgling eHealth system, countries around the world are either preparing to roll out their own systems or desperately trying to catch up to speed to accommodate increased demand – facing many political, resourcing, privacy, and security hurdles as they do so.
This talk aims to provide awareness of common issues, mitigations, and methodologies particular to the healthcare domain and Android and to inspire attendees to take advantage of the many opportunities present there.
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