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ASEAN imposes tighter medicine and pharmaceutical management

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19-Mar-15 An ASEAN mutual recognition arrangement on good manufacturing practices (GMP) inspection for manufacturers of medicinal products had been deemed a priority initiative. An agreement on monitoring the quality of pharmaceutical products is expected to be approved and signed by the ASEAN countries in tandem with the creation of the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015. [image: Gunawan Kartapranata]

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Singapore’s private hospital market to grow at 13%

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18-Mar-15 In response to capacity pressure faced by Singapore's public healthcare, the government expects to add at least 1,700 acute beds by 2020, and Singapore’s private hospital market is expected to grow at 13% annually between 2015 and 2020. [image: Singapore Business Reveiw]

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Why Big Data is the booster shot India's healthcare industry needs

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18-Mar-15 Big Data solutions can help acquire, organise and analyse the zettabytes of data produced every day in the healthcare industry to optimise resource allocation, plug inefficiencies, reduce cost of treatment, improve access to healthcare and advance medicinal research. For example, prevention and management of Dengue can be better effected by analysing data on outbreaks, meteorology and social media keywords. [image: Business Intelligence]

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New Alzheimer’s treatment fully restores memory function

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18-Mar-15 Australian researchers have come up with a non-invasive ultrasound technology that clears the brain of neurotoxic amyloid plaques - structures that are responsible for memory loss and a decline in cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients. [image: 3Dme Creative Studio / Shutterstock]

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Outdated IT putting Australia's sick at risk

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18-Mar-15 The sick are paying the price as doctors at Queensland's public hospitals face mounds of paperwork and struggle with miss-matched software systems. The problem is said to be state-wide and patients face "falling through the cracks between hospitals and GP clinics" because of out-dated IT systems. [image: The Morning Bulletin

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