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Korean company SK Holdings C&C begins providing AI medical treatment

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06-Apr-17 Korean company SK Holdings C&C has opened an AI cancer medical centre providing medical treatment through IBM's Watson for Oncology with Kunyang University Hospital. The AI service provided by Watson for oncology allows patients to receive cancer treatments at international standards proven around the world, without leaving their home. [image: Business Korea]

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Indian Health tech company Practo opens platform to wider healthcare ecosystem

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05-Apr-17 "Online doctor discovery and healthcare tech firm Practo will soon open its platform to insurers, pharmaceutical and medical device companies. The company's CEO Shashank ND said "we are looking to be a platform that connects any two stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem, be it patients, providers, insurers, medical devices or others". [image: Practo]

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Australian start-up HealthEngine secures USD27 mn in funding

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04-Apr-17 Australian online medical appointment booking website HealthEngine secured USD27 mn in investment to fund its local and global expansion ambitions. The Perth-based start-up was founded in 2006 and is already used by more than 1 mn people in Australia every month who can book appointments with more than 15,000 doctors and other healthcare professionals. [image: HealthEngine]

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India remains one of biggest opportunities for Fitbit

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04-Apr-17 Fitbit has decided to increase its investment in marketing, promotions and distribution in India, said Steve Morley, vice president and general manager of APAC at Fitbit Inc. The company, which launched its products in the country in July 2015, has products in over 1,000 stores across 90 cities, while customers from over 350 cities have bought their products. [image: ET Healthworld]

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Ericsson eyes Healthcare IoT in China with China Mobile, AstraZeneca

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27-Mar-17 Ericsson has partnered with China Mobile and AstraZeneca to connect healthcare equipment using NB-IoT technology. China Mobile’s Jiangsu branch and Ericsson will work together to trial new applications using cellular IoT technologies like NB-IoT and provide network terminal management to support equipment management. Additionally, AstraZeneca is also working with the Wuxi government to open a China Commercial Innovation Center. [image: Wireless Week / Ericsson].

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