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Development and validation of a smartphone-based digits-in-noise hearing test in South African English

Potgieter, J-M. et al. International Journal of Audiology.Published online: 28 April 2016

Objective: The objective of this study was to develop and validate a smartphone-based digits-in-noise hearing test for South African English.

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Issue 06 (Spring 2016)

The Quality of Virtual Visits

Virtual visits are increasingly the rage amongst forward-thinking healthcare providers that want to jump on the telehealth band wagon.  Extending the office visit across distance, using the same technology we use to keep in touch with loved ones (videoconferencing such as Skype and FaceTime), is a safe and logical way for providers to venture into a new tech-enabled world that may still be scary for some. 924 more words

Connected Health

Pager, the "Uber for home health care," now has a partnership with Weill Cornell Medicine

TECHNOLOGY: Should the Urgent Care Industry Fear a New House Call App?

By John Bonazzo • 04/13/16 11:16am

A fixture of French medicine since 1966, … 783 more words


The Future of Telemedicine in Africa

Mark Banfield is the leading partner of Tech4Life Enterprises for our flagship product ‘MDConsults’ in South Africa. Mark has extensive experience working with health systems and organizations across Africa. 31 more words



Branham Group,  a leading “Go to Market” consultancy, exclusively focused on the technology sector, has named Tech4life Enterprises 105 more words

Telemedicine improving treatment of autistic children, saving money, reducing anxiety

Parents with autistic children face significant challenges. Autistic children often function best with a routine and controlled schedule and environment. When there are significant disruptions to the autistic child’s day, such as an unexpected trip to a doctor, the result can include sudden behavioral problems and strong reactions. 762 more words

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