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Money flowing again to Vietnam's private hospitals

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01-May-16 The movement of money into hospital projects in Vietnam has heated up again. Investors now see the healthcare sector a ‘gold mine’ because of increasingly high expenditure on healthcare services. The figure may reach USD24 bn by 2020, thanks to the government initiated healthcare service socialization program being implemented. [image: Vietnam Net Bridge]

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500,000 health tourists came to Turkey in 2015

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01-May-16 Turkey’s appeal has extended beyond sea and sun vacations to the area of health tourism. Its hi-tech hospitals and doctors accomplished in specialist treatments are now making a mark. Superior medical outcomes have become the norm, in better surroundings and based on refined concepts of service. Turkey is no longer only favored for cosmetic, eye and dental surgery. [image: Shutterstock]

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Indonesia healthcare market opportunities

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22-Apr-16 Indonesia’s healthcare market is facing numerous challenges, from lack of personnel to the remoteness of many of its communities, to low expenditure. However, there are encouraging signs that improvements are taking place. In 2014, universal healthcare was launched, and the resulting increased demand has provided an urgent incentive for badly needed improvements to healthcare services. [image: Josh Estey and AusAID]

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Diabetes in HCMC: Rx trends reveal market shifts

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30-Apr-16 Ho Chi Minh City has more diabetics than anywhere else in Vietnam, and many of these patients are undiagnosed, preventing them seeking treatment before complications arise. Market data from mClinica shows the top five hospitals accounted for 30% of prescriptions in 2015, but in 1Q16 that dropped to only 19%, possibly indicating a shift to the private sector as reimbursement widens. [image: mClinica]

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