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mClinica enters the doctor’s office with strategic investment in Medix

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21-Apr-15 Singapore-based healthtech start-up mClinica has acquired a stake in cloud-based clinic management service Medix for an undisclosed sum. By partnering with mClinica, which maintains digital networks of pharmacies across Asia, Medix will gain operational expertise and access to mClinica’s client base, which includes some of the world’s largest healthcare companies. [image: Tech In Asia]

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Singapore, Korea tie up to train medical technologies talent

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29-Apr-15 Singapore-Stanford Biodesign (SSB) and Dongguk University (DU) have inked a three-year "SSB-Korea Innovation Partnership" (SKIP) which will develop talent in medical technologies innovation. It also aims to gain insights into the medtech ecosystems in Singapore, Korea as well as the region. [image: The Straits Times]

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Contactless smart cards mean safer medical centres in Australia

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29-Apr-15 While many hospitals around Australia have adopted smart card technology, medical centres and neighbourhood GPs are yet to fully engage with it. Though the most obvious benefit is to control physical access to buildings, other factors could deliver substantial benefits to Australian doctors, from secure storage of patient data, to infection control. [image: Facility Management]

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Telstra Health shows its hand

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27-Apr-15 The overall strategy behind Telstra's many acquisitions and partnerships in the eHealth space over the past two years has been unclear. To begin answering that question, Managing director Shane Solomon says its MyCareManager system typifies what Telstra hoped to achieve. It is a platform that brings together existing products already under the Telstra banner. [image: Getty Images / franckreporter]

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