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China’s medical reform a healthy dose for private healthcare

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12-Jun-16 The introduction of a family doctor system in China is expected to provide huge opportunities for independent institutions offering medical and information management services. The government has unveiled guidelines to extend the family doctor system nationwide, expecting every household to have a contracted family doctor by 2020. [image: Xinhua]

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Singapore hospital invests more in tech upgrade

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12-Jun-16 Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital in Singapore is investing heavily in technology, skilled professionals and services as the state-of-the-art healthcare provider aims to maximise patient satisfaction and widen reach in the region, said its top executive. [image: The Daily Star]

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Rwanda, Korea in agreement to promote eHealth

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11-Jun-16 Rwanda's Ministry of Health has signed a MOU with Korea to improve technology within the health sector. The collaboration is expected to improve cooperation in telemedicine, hospital information systems and ICT-based medical services. [image: The New Times]

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How data saves lives in Australia’s hospitals

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10-Jun-16 Few organisations invest heavily in IT to make sure their clients use less of their product, but that’s the battle Australia’s National Blood Authority (NBA) is fighting – and winning – as it leans heavily on data and mobile technology innovations to optimise a real-time supply chain that involves most of Australia’s more than 1,300 hospitals. [image: billionphotos.com / Fotolia]

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Russians are struggling to afford medication

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09-Jun-16 Basic healthcare is becoming less accessible to ordinary Russians. Medicine sales have fallen for the first time in Russia since 2008: Analysts recorded a 10% drop in drug sales in the first quarter of 2016. During a severe economic crisis, a growing number of Russians can no longer afford to buy medicine. [image: Andrei Iglov / RIA Novosti]

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