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Networked Care App for caregivers launched in Singapore

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29-Nov-16 SAP SE and Sierra Solutions have announced the launch of eCareApp, a Networked Care application developed with caregivers in mind, providing best practices and continuity of patient care between doctor visits. The aim is to improve the overall quality of care provided to geriatric patients in Singapore, through a personalised care plan for caregivers and physicians. [image: Inside SAP Asia]

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India's telemedicine takes advancements in healthcare to distant corners

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28-Nov-16 Since 2010, Narayana Nethralaya has taken retinopathy screening to 36 centres across Karnataka, along with wide field digital imaging services. For the past two years, Narayana Health, in collaboration with HP, has taken telecardiology, teleconsultation and tele-ECG services to rural areas. So far, its e-health centres have reached 39,624 patients in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Gujarat and Rajasthan. [image: Intel Free Press via Wikimedia Commons]

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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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India's medical tourism gets Africans' attention

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26-Nov-16  India is increasingly becoming popular with Africans seeking medical treatment overseas, because of its more affordable, state-of-the-art equipment and its highly skilled doctors. Visas are issued within a week and treatment is comparatively cheap. Sub-Saharan Africa was facing a severe shortage of health care professionals and lacked adequate health care coverage for those in need of medical treatment. [image: Big News Network]

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