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China's first 'cloud hospital' founded in Ningbo

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13-Mar-15 China's Neusoft has created Ningbo Cloud Hospital, an open cloud computing platform that connects hospitals, primary healthcare, specialists, community doctors, pharmacies and insurance companies, among others. The government endorsed platform enables a dynamic health record to be built for each citizen in Ningbo, which can be checked on mobile phones and used for self health management. [image: Buisness-Cloud]

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China to regulate medical equipment for overseas markets

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13-Mar-15 China will name and shame medical equipment manufacturers caught evading official procedures while selling products overseas. Companies found to have applied for export certificates with fabricated data or other fraudulent methods will be banned from re-applying for two years. [image: China Business Review]

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China drug approval backlog jumps by a third

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13-Mar-15 China had more than 18,500 drugs waiting for approval at the end of 2014, up by a third from 2013, the official Center for Drug Evaluation has said, data that seems to support industry concern that it is becoming more difficult to get medicines approved in the China market. [image: AFP_Anthony Wallace]

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Singapore to be GSK’s base for growth in Asia

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12-Mar-15 Pharmaceutical giant GSK has announced that it will use Singapore as a base to steer its growth in Asia, with the set-up of a new regional headquarters there. The new HQ will be “one of three co-global ‘control towers’ alongside the UK and US, with the full suite of capabilities and autonomy to make decisions in Asia, for Asia". [image: Reuters]

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India's Medyog web start-up bridges doctor-patient gap

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12-Mar-15 Medyog, a web start-up in India, allows users to book, cancel or reschedule doctor appointments and tests. Users can also view test reports on a secure server. “We’re particular about confidentiality, and are trying to find a way to get the diagnostic centres to release [data] directly to the clients,” said CEO Pranat Bhadani. [image: The New Indian Express]

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