In the last three years, more than 11,000 of the nearly 29,000 people infected by Ebola have died.
INFUSE is identifying new technologies to improve immunisation systems, introducing businesses to the right people in governments, and helping them find resources to go to scale.
The nature of healthcare is so diverse and complex, and the pace of digital change so rapid, that it is not possible to innovate in isolation.
Research has shown the health benefits of 'forest bathing', the act of being among the trees.
A new report from the Alzheimer's Association examines how much the US is spending on treating the disease.
Mobile technology is tackling some of the world’s toughest problems – from reuniting displaced children with their families, to tracking the spread of dengue fever.
A new study suggests that the American life expectancy gap is projected to grow even more by 2030.
The world's first mini MRI scanner, could change the outcomes for premature babies.
New research suggests that nurses could soon be automated.
Scientists may have found a new weapon in the fight against drug-resistant bacteria.
Rare diseases pose a significant medical and economic burden for patients, communities and healthcare systems. How can we make more progress on treatment?
Digital technology can offer new and better ways to care for each other, provide healthcare for billions who have no access today, and give us the tools to democratize medical knowledge.
Spencer Nam explores the impact of artificial intelligence on the future of healthcare.
Ann Aerts explores the ways in which technology can be deployed to improve health-care access and delivery.
Professor George Weisz argues that non-communicable diseases need urgent action, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.