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$5.8 million boost for South West hospital and health services

South West Queensland residents will continue to receive high quality health care and hospital treatment with a $5.8 million funding boost to the South West Hospital and Health Service as part of the 2017-18 State Budget. Source

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$16.2M boost for North West hospital and health services

Residents in North West Queensland will continue to receive high quality health care and hospital treatment with a $16.2 million funding boost to the North West Hospital and Health Service as part of the 2017-18 State Budget. Source

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Record budget for Torres and Cape hospital and health services

Torres and Cape residents will continue to receive high quality health care and hospital treatment with a record budget for the Torres and Cape Hospital and Health Service as part of the 2017-18 State Budget. Source

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$158 million boost for Sunshine Coast hospital and health services

Sunshine Coast residents will continue to receive high quality health care and hospital treatment with a $158 million funding boost to the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service as part of the 2017-18 State Budget. Source

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$57.2 million boost for Mackay hospital and health services

Residents in the Mackay region will continue to receive high quality health care and hospital treatment with a $57.2 million funding boost to the Mackay Hospital and Health Service as part of the 2017-18 State Budget. Source

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Better Care Victoria launches new website

Discover tools and knowledge around best practice healthcare innovation and improvement, learn more about BCV, and read about the team, board and committee members. Source

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First Queensland hospital to go fully digital

A new system that went live at Brisbane’s Princess Alexandra Hospital late last year now means staff no longer keep patient files on paper, but enter the information straight into a computer system. Health Minister Cameron Dick said there had been no adverse patient outcomes. It will be interesting to hear how many staff believe […]

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Australian Innovation fund attracting foreign investment

Written by Life Scientist Staff (Source) Thursday, 10 March, 2016 The Prime Minister’s $500 million innovation fund has already attracted significant international interest and will attract offshore investment to the country, according to life sciences fund manager Jeremy Curnock Cook. Curnock Cook, the managing director of BioScience Managers, said several offshore biotechnology groups are taking […]

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Google Files Patent for Needle-free Blood Draw System That Could Eventually Remove Clinical Laboratories and Pathology Groups from the Process

Patent filing describes a device that is intended to allow patients to collect their own blood specimens without the need for needles Google, (now known as Alphabet, Inc.; NASDAQ:GOOG) recently filed an application for another patent that deals with medical laboratory test technology. This patent application is for a needle-free blood draw system that enables […]

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Rapid IVD technology advances intended to give clinical labs new diagnostic tools

Of the five trends described in a report published by Kalorama, only two made the list in both 2015 and 2016: Consolidation within the IVD industry and growth in molecular point of care. What a difference one year can make in the most significant trends influencing the in vitro diagnostics (IVD) industry, which also influences […]

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