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Health IT and eHealth top digital health expectations in Asia

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Health IT and eHealth are two of the most promising areas of Digital Health in the Asia-Pacific region, a Global Growth Markets survey has found. Countries that showed the strongest support include two of the largest, where current penetration levels are relatively low: China and Indonesia. 

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Outbound Chinese medical tourism - a USD10 billion market

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Chinese citizens are leaving their homes in search of the best care available, or care that they desperately need. Some 483,000 people travelled outbound from China for healthcare in 2015. These medical travellers spent USD6.3 billion on treatment and a further USD3.4 billion on travel and accommodation.

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China ophthalmology worth USD3.6 bn amid strong burst of growth

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Rising diagnosis rates, government initiatives, social trends and diabetes are contributing to a strong burst of growth in the ophthalmology market in Asia. Rising numbers of affluent patients, national health insurance and the emerging middle classes are fuelling spending, including a USD3.6 bn market in China, where M&A in the sector is picking up rapidly. [Image: Embassy of PRC]

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China's private hospitals - set for growth

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Changing demographics and lifestyles in China are the reasons behind emerging opportunities for foreign companies to operate hospitals, clinics and care homes in the country. The range of incentives for foreign investors is increasingly wide, but there remain hurdles to be overcome. [image: Asian Hospital & Healthcare Management]

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Indonesia healthcare market opportunities

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Indonesia’s healthcare market is facing numerous challenges, from lack of personnel to the remoteness of many of its communities, to low expenditure. However, there are encouraging signs. In 2014, universal healthcare was launched, providing an urgent incentive for badly needed improvements to services. [image: Josh Estey and AusAID]

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