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Hong Kong's Evergrande Health Industry links up with Harvard teaching hospital

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15-Mar-16 Hong Kong's Evergrande Health Industry has entered into a strategic collaboration with Brigham and Women’s Health Care, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, to develop hospital projects in mainland China. The agreement includes strategic guidance on hospital design, clinical and hospital management and staff training, as well as assistance in developing collaborative hospital projects and planning healthcare service models. [image: Reuters]

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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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Plan to take Practo to 100 cities in India

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10-Mar-16 Practo, the Bengaluru headquartered online healthcare platform, has seen very rapid growth over the last eight years with a presence in 35 Indian cities and in countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. Backed by USD120 mn investment capital Practo aims to expand into 100 cities in India and grow as a global digital healthcare company. [Image: Notey]

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Korean start-ups awakened to medical AI

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11-Mar-16 In Korea, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an underdeveloped and poorly invested sector. But in hospitals, AI is used for various purposes such as analyzing medical videos to pinpoint diseases and suggesting optimized treatment plans. In Korea, various venture startups are developing healthcare technologies based on AI, including Buno, Lunit and Neofect. [image: Business Korea]

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