Health Informatics

22Oct 2020

The Australian e-Health Research Centre, CSIRO’s digital health research program, was shortlisted as  finalists of the Public Sector category at the Queensland Australian Information Industry Association iAwards, which unearths, recognises and rewards excellence in Australian innovation. Delivered by Australia’s peak industry representative body for innovation technology, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the iAwards is […]

06Feb 2020

“CSIRO’s Australian e-Health Research Centre (AEHRC) has led the way by becoming the first public sector organisation in the world to publish a machine learning-based health product on the AWS Marketplace” The Challenge: Researchers are constantly advancing analysis approaches gaining sophisticated insights from complex data. However, the knowledge remains hidden in academic publications or obscure […]

06Feb 2020

“Going beyond research-scale solutions to realise the promise of genomics-driven precision medicine” The Challenge: Stratifying patient cohorts by medical phenotype information, such as disease progression, has become a common practice to better understand treatment responses. However, doing the same on genomic data, which could give information on drug efficacy or risk to develop adverse reactions, […]

07Dec 2018
3D illustration of illegible data and network

The Challenge: Implementing clinical terminologies is difficult and costly The National Clinical Terminology Service, a collaboration between CSIRO and the Australian Digital Health Agency, is enabling Australia’s digital health initiatives to use the same “language” to capture clinical information in Australia’s electronic health records. Powerful clinical terminologies such as SNOMED CT are complex in nature, […]