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Thailand's biggest hospital operator targets 10 pct revenue rise

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29-Jun-16 Bangkok Dusit Medical Services PCL (BDMS) said it is aiming for a 10% rise in revenue as it expands to draw international patients. Thailand's healthcare sector, which normally grows 2-3 times quicker than GDP, is widely expected to benefit from rising demand from neighbouring countries such as Myanmar and Cambodia where healthcare is less developed. [image: BDMS]

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Hanoi takes steps to improve healthcare services

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29-Jun-16 Hanoi’s healthcare system needs thorough plans for infrastructure and human resources, or it will lag behind other modernised cities, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Chung said. There are currently 41 public hospitals and 29 private hospitals in Hanoi. Only four of them have been rebuilt. The construction of new hospitals is limited due to a lack of funding. [image: VNA]

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Jakarta checks private hospitals, clinics for fake vaccines

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28-Jun-16 Following the discovery of a counterfeit vaccine ring in the city, Jakarta is deploying personnel to raid private hospitals and clinics to ensure none of them use fake medications. The police have cracked down on counterfeit production and distribution in West Java, Jakarta and Banten and have discovered fake measles, polio, tuberculosis, tetanus and hepatitis B vaccines. [image: WorldNews Network]

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Pfizer to invest USD350 mn in China biotech hub

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28-Jun-16 Pfizer Inc will invest USD350 mn to build a biotech center in China, the latest in move by pharma industry giants to set up in the world's no.2 drugs market, with the aim of securing faster approvals for products. The facility in Hangzhou - Pfizer's first biotech center in Asia - is expected to be completed by 2018. [image: Reuters / Andrew Kelly]

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HCMC hospitals struggle since they don't use IT efficiently: experts

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27-Jun-16 Ho Chi Minh City’s public hospitals need to make better use of IT, since a patient has to wait for 10 hours on average to be examined, experts said. The HCMC Computer Association said most hospitals need effective IT use to better manage patients’ records, reduce waiting time and improve examination and treatment services. [image: Khanh An]

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