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The web and social media has revolutionised our lives and transformed communications in the health sector. The vast network of healthcare influencers, thought-leaders, patients, providers, organizations, and governmental entities daily create rich healthcare content, messages and media that can provide incredible value if segmented, analysed and presented in a meaningful way.
MEDAXS is committed to providing you as a professional healthcare provider efficient access to this rich content and enable you to position yourself, and to make the most of extraordinary on-line opportunities. Our platform currently provides analytics and services for medical marketing, collaboration, professional networking and trending health news/articles.
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Health Minister Lawrence Springborg says surgery waiting times in Queensland are the "best ever". Photo: Glenn Hunt
A new study is helping to rewrite Ebola’s family history. The research shows that filoviruses — the family to which Ebola and its similarly lethal relative, Marburg, belong — are at least 16-23 million years old
DOCTORS at Queensland’s biggest hospital have called for crisis talks after the latest in a series of shock sackings, suspensions and resignations of top bosses.
The Medical Staff Association at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital will meet on Wednesday to raise concerns about “governance” decisions of the Metro North Hospital and Health Board.
Labor is trying to capitalise on the government’s failure to strike a wage deal with paramedics. Photo: Angela Wylie
The Federal Government's response to the Ebola crisis has been chaotic, the Australian Medical Association (AMA) says.
AMA president Professor Brian Owler said the Government was keeping Australians in the dark about their plans and medical professionals wanted a coherent plan to tackle the crisis in West Africa and at home, in case Ebola spreads.
AMA head Brian Owler says apparently 16 Australian health care workers have been trained to go to west Africa, but he has no idea who they are