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As Nokia rebounds from mobile phones, it sets its sights on digital health

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21-Mar-16 Last week, Nokia Technology President Ramzi Haidamus told Fortune he had an eye on digital health. The company has experimented with bundling their phones with connected health products, including Fitbit devices and a Polar heart rate strap, and has invested in mobile health via the Vision+ fund and its own venture arm. [image: Mobi Health News]

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Practo launches operations in Brazil

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17-Mar-16 India’s largest doctor discovery platform Practo has launched services in Brazil, its sixth location. This makes it one of the few homegrown Indian consumer Internet startups to capitalize on high-growth global markets. Practo is already present in Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. [image: Practo]

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Singapore hospitals deliver enhanced care by integrating IT

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17-Mar-16 More than 50 healthcare IT systems at Singapore's Ng Teng Fong General Hospital (NTFGH) and Jurong Community Hospital (JCH) have been integrated for an enhanced patient experience. After integrating both hospitals' clinical, operational and administrative systems, both facilities saw improvements in patient safety and delivered greater efficiency in these facilities. [image: Shutterstock]

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China's ZTE launches its mHealth product

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14-Mar-16 "China's ZTE Corp has announced the release of its mHealth product: all-in-one physical examination terminals, with both professional and home editions available.
The health terminal is a multi-parameter instrument with integrated functions for blood pressure, ECG, blood oxygen saturation and urine test, and actively collaborates with a back-end cloud." [image: ZTE]

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