With an aging population and increasing prevalence of chronic disease, Australian healthcare is facing increasingly complex challenges in the coming decades. ATSE aims to help develop and promote technological solutions to meet these challenges and maintain the quality of life of all Australians.
This project set out to explore whether a person-centred interdisciplinary network of experts can enable healthy and fulfilling independent living for the aged and people with disability through the adoption of assistive technologies for home-based healthcare.
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Digital technology is profoundly revolutionising the structure of our lives
Australia needs to embrace digital
health technologies and focus on
data integration and standardisation.
Technology to help manage the challenges in healthcare
Australia needs to embrace digital health technologies and focus on data integration and standardisation
The 2017 Dialogue examined if health technology can help Australia rise to the challenge of adapting to the ageing face of the nation, in order to mitigate issues of rising and shifting healthcare costs and needs
How do we stop our ageing population from being isolated in care facilities that are disconnected from mainstream society?
Our homes may soon play a vital role in our aged care following trials of digital assisted living, or ‘smart’ homes, in Victoria
Is technology the answer to the challenge
of our ageing population and rising healthcare
costs? ATSE asks the questions
An explosion in chronic disease means the health system is facing a fiscal cliff that is threatening our future ability to deliver quality health services
Sophisticated, expensive new health technologies are increasing our expectations of healthier, longer lives, but health economists have the job of deciding on whether they’re worth public funding
Cognitive technologies will radically change the future of ageing, offering greater safety, social connectivity and access to personalised information and services
Promoting Australia's advancement through technology