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Fujitsu pushes digital transformation in Thailand

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28-Nov-16 Logistics, manufacturing and healthcare sectors are likely to be early adopters of digital transformation strategies in Thailand. "Thailand's economy has experienced dramatic increases in growth over the past three decades, but is seeing no massive, visible growth like during the glory days before," said Yoshikuni Takashige, vice-president for marketing strategy at Fujitsu. [image: Bangkok Post]

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Supporting Healthcare supports medical tourism from China to Hamburg

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25-Nov-16 SHC Deutschland GmbH has entered into a strategic partnership with Sinomedik BV in the Netherlands jointly to expand and develop the Hamburg Metropolitan Region as a sought-after destination for Chinese medical tourists. Both companies are looking to position treatment options and "Made in Germany" in the Chinese medical tourism market. [image: Supporting Healthcare]

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Can wearables be the future for diabetes in Singapore?

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18-Nov-16 SAP and Roche are working together to effectively combat diabetes through the use of technology and connected care in Singapore. By combining a blood glucose monitor, a wearable fitness tracker, and an app, doctors can provide personalised and preventative treatment for Type-2 diabetes. Such connected care can also be replicated for other diseases, translating to huge potential for healthcare. [image: Pixabay]

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Thailand’s lessons for India's healthcare system

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16-Nov-16 Taking inspiration from Thailand, a sound information technology platform could enable effective universal health coverage in India. Thailand has leveraged technology extensively. Its national registration database forms the backbone of all health schemes in the country, ensuring that a beneficiary cannot enrol in two schemes - something India could learn from as the National Health Protection Scheme launch approaches. [image: AFP]

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Korea develops contact lens that can treat glaucoma

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15-Nov-16 The Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology in Korea has developed a contact lens for glaucoma treatment that improves drug delivery efficiency by adding vitamin to soft contact lenses. Fat-soluble vitamin A and vitamin E lump with each other in the inside of a contact lens and form a concrete surface which absorbs and maintains more glaucoma medication. [image: Business Korea]

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