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45 million Indians to benefit from cashless treatment

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03-Sep-15 Rajasthan is the third Indian state to start Swasthya Bima Yojana (Health Insurance Scheme), following Maharashtra and Tamilnadu. More than 45 million people in the state will benefit from cashless health care facilities through private and public health care providers under the scheme. [image: Rajasthan News]

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Australia's Medicare claims hit 1 million per day

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03-Sep-15 Australia's Medicare is now being billed over one million times a day for the first time in history. 21 million Australians accessed over 368 million individual services on the Medicare Benefit Schedule (MBS) at a cost to taxpayers of over $20 billion. [image: ABC]

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Struggles ahead in China for pharma companies

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02-Sep-15 China's economic downturn plus other factors, including overcapacity and tightening regulations, mean the next two to three years could be challenging for the foreign chemical and pharmaceutical companies located there. [image: Want China Times]

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How new technologies are shaking up health care

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02-Sep-15 In Australia, IT’s ability to collapse time and space will increasingly alter how healthcare is accessed and delivered, enabling the right care every time. The implications for health service planning and education are profound. Key considerations include enabling equity of access to the benefits of IT and ensuring this enhances the human connection we need when we feel ill. [image: The Conversation]

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Indian medical group to open Cambodia office

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02-Sep-15 Apollo Hospitals, India’s largest provider of medical treatment, announced that it aims to open an office in Cambodia to train local doctors and would encourage more Cambodians to travel to its facilities in India for complicated medical procedures. The company is looking to set up an office in the capital, and eventually develop telemedicine facilities in Cambodia. [image: Money Control]

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