Information we can offer you
Highly accurate, consumer-orientated health services
Algorithms that predict future blood sugar levels. On-line software that assesses hearing levels, future risks of Alzheimers and what treatment for cancer will be most effective. Intensive Care home services for tracheostomy patients. Nursing travel supports for sick people. Home rehab. It’s all possible with health startups.
Learn about issues on the 'ground floor' of hospitals
Both sides of the ‘hospital bed’ have very similar experiences. Discover what issues doctors and patients are facing, then find practical and affordable solutions.
Hospital errors are being considered the 3rd most common cause of death
Find out what errors are common in your disease or specialty. Then look up the newest software or services that can reduce or eliminate this risk.
Learn about the health industry
Health reform is being blocked by powerful lobby groups, hidden reports and lack of international competition. Watch videos and read blogs by people working to reduce health costs and raise the standards of care.
What is Wikihospitals?
A website inspired by internet-based transparency movements
Why pay more than you should?
Over servicing (unnecessary tests and treatments) is wasting one third of Western health budgets. Thats 50 billion every year in Australia alone. Wouldn’t you rather see that money spent more effectively?
It's time to re-think health care
Your banking service is 24 hours, accurate, on-line and runs through consumer-orientated apps. Healthcare should be the same, for both patients and health professionals. Look around at your alternatives.
Did you know that Australian produces the worlds most innovative startups?
They struggle against an obstructive bureaucracy and million-dollar lobbyists. Meet your talented country men and woman. And find out how you can support their innovations.
Discover a new world
Watch videos of health startup founders, doctors and patients
What available now. What will be available tomorrow?
What some Australian startups say
“I have known Delia Scales for over two years now and Delia is doing some outstanding work for the health care community. With her background as an acute care nurse she has the insights, knowledge and experience to share her knowledge and expertise with healthcare consumers on her Wikihospitals blog.”Patrik Hutzle | INTENSIVE CARE AT HOME