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J&J and Google’s Verb Surgical looks to define, lift robotic surgery

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20-Oct-16 Verb Surgical, J&J’s joint venture with Verily Life Sciences, plans to produce 'truly robotic' system that will improve surgical outcomes worldwide. "If you go to Shanghai, quality of care is actually quite good, at the Shanghai Hospital... Go 40 kilometers north... not so good,” said J&J medical devices chairman Gary Pruden. “Our goal is to democratize surgery." [image: OrthoFeed]

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GE to develop two healthcare PPPs in Turkey

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20-Oct-16 In line with Turkey’s strategic healthcare transformation program, GE Healthcare, GAMA Holding and Türkerler İnşaat have reached a definitive agreement for the development of two strategic Ministry of Health public-private projects: the İzmir & Kocaeli Integrated Healthcare Campus Projects. [image: GAMA]

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Dubai hospitals access 3D printing

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01-Oct-16 From 2017, hospitals in Dubai will introduce 3D printers to prepare surgeons for medical procedures. This move will allow the Dubai Health Authority-managed facilities to generate realistic representations of the anatomical area that will undergo surgical procedures. The DHA aims to accelerate surgeries, cutting costs and risks in the process, while helping patients understand the procedure they will be undergoing. [image: 3D Printing Industry]

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India's speciality clinics looking for IT upgrades

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18-Oct-16 Hospital chains like the Apollo Group, Manipal, Columbia Asia and Fortis were among the first in India to invest heavily in IT. Joining their ilk are speciality clinics like Vasan Eyecare, Davita, Narayana Health, HCG and Agwaral Eye Clinic, which are now taking to the IT highway and ICD10 compliance, web payment portals, mobile apps, EHR and appointment booking. [image: ET Healthworld]

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Chinese public hospitals embrace information technology

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14-Oct-16 A number of Chinese public hospitals have been testing and promoting electronic medical record systems in order to better serve patients. Many anticipate that, following healthcare reform, more and more public hospitals will move toward these “smart” medical services. [image: People's Daily Online]

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