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Taiwan cancer clinic develops fully electronic radiation process

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14-Jul-15 The Koo Foundation Sun Yat-Sen Cancer Center in Taiwan has established an entirely paperless and filmless clinical process in radiation oncology. Designed to enhance patient safety and operational efficiency, the new oncology system automates the essential tasks, safety-checks and centralized patient information for the clinical team. [image: Healthcare Innovation]

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Fujifilm, 9 others plan regenerative medicine center

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22-Jun-15 Ten companies with medical-related operations in Japan are looking to team up with overseas biotechnology concerns to develop regenerative medicine treatments using cultured cells. The companies, including Fujifilm, CellSeed, Astellas and Janssen, will set up a development center to pool their technologies. [image: The Japan Times]

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Orion Health expands in Southeast Asia

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03-Jul-15 Australia's Orion Health has secured two new strategic deals in Vietnam, building its market presence in Southeast Asia. It will provide its enterprise software solution to Vinmec International Hospital, a premium healthcare provider headquartered in Hanoi. The company has also signed a strategic partnership with VIT Corporation to improve hospital efficiency across several Vietnamese provinces. [image: Orion Health]

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Philippines tests health app for remote islands

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19-Jun-15 The Philippines is testing a locally-developed app that will improve delivery of health services to hundreds of remote island communities. Using the app, a town's health officer can upload medical records and clinical information, which can then be viewed from anywhere by a doctor. If successful, about 450 remote towns will get their own tablets to use the app. [image: Yahoo News]

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Russia masterminds an International Medical Cluster

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18-Jun-15 Russia's Duma, the lower house of parliament, passed a draft bill on the development of an “International Medical Cluster”, to be piloted in the Skolkovo innovation hub outside Moscow. Its goals include further medical development, transfer of advanced technologies into Russia, and the provision of high-quality medical assistance for populations. [image: Wikicommons]

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