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12 Healthcare growth markets stories from 2015, month-by-month

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18-Jan-16 As the healthcare industry considers the possibilities - and challenges - of the year ahead, here's a look back at 12 notable Healthcare growth markets stories from 2015 you may have missed, month-by-month, including "China’s physicians encouraged to take up second jobs", "Vietnam achieves healthcare Millennium Development Goals", "World's biggest healthcare facility financed in Turkey" and more.

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Four trends in healthcare in Southeast Asia for 2016

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21-Jan-16 Smart Health, more holistic lifestyles including wellness management, growing trust in digital health, and cross-vertical collaborations on the rise (eg. between healthcare providers and car-hailing service companies), are four trends predicted for Southeast Asia's healthcare landscape in 2016. Smart Health involves technologies that help to close the gap between care-givers/doctors and patients. [image: Yahoo News]

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China to open 20 overseas TCM centers

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21-Jan-16 China plans to open 20 Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) collaboration centers overseas in 2016. The centers will be based on the various needs for TCM in different countries and will require local partners, including hospitals, research institutions and pharma companies. The international market for TCM is valued at USD50 bn. [image: Bao Kangxuan / Asianewsphoto]

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TPP to increase Malaysia's medical device exports

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21-Jan-16 The Association of Malaysian Medical Industries (AMMI) supports the the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which it expects to provide wider access for exports into TPP countries, especially the US with which Malaysia has no trade agreement. Malaysia's medical devices industry mainly produces disposables, but is moving up the value chain and producing more high value medical devices such as orthopaedics and dialysers. [image: Hafzi Mohamed / TMR]

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