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Vietnam starts next phase of USD16 million healthcare program

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27-Jan-15 The second phase of a healthcare program exclusively dedicated to people in Vietnam’s Central Highlands has started in Dak Lak. The Asian Development Bank has committed USD16.2 million to the program up to 2018. The initial goal of the program is to provide basic medical checks for one million residents in the region. [image: Tuoi Tre News]

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Thailand's THG allots $100m for Myanmar hospitals 

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26-Jan-15 Thonburi Hospital Group (THG), Thailand's third-largest private hospital group, says it expects to sign an MOU with Ga Mone Pwint (GMP Group) in Yangon to start building two superior-standard hospitals there. THG, which has 22 hospitals in Thailand and elsewhere with 3,000 beds combined, plans to spend US$100 million on the two hospitals. [image: Myanmar Business Today/Thonburi]

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Direct distribution catching on in emerging markets, says DHL

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26-Jan-15 Many players in the healthcare industry continue to rely on a distribution model that hasn’t changed in decades. But new market pressures are forcing a reconsideration of the status quo. Direct-to-market distribution via 3PL providers is one cost-effective answer, says DHL, especially in emerging markets. [image: Supply Chain Matter / DHL]

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Philips introduces Connected Health solutions at Arab Health

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26-Jan-15 Philips showcased its Connected Health solutions at the recent Arab Health 2015 event, bringing its clinical expertise, technology and services, data, new business models and its consumer understanding into the mix. “We have an amazing opportunity… to improve the lives of people in the Middle East,” said Roy Jakobs, Chief Executive Officer, Philips Middle East & Turkey. [image: Philips]

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Dubai adopts smart total solutions

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25-Jan-15 From working on electronic medical records, hospital information systems to developing essential healthcare apps in-house, the Dubai Healthcare Authority (DHA) has been moving in the direction of ‘smart total solutions’. DHA expects these to revolutionise admin, patient management and patient education. “We are very focussed on educating [patients] through the use of smart technology, smart apps, augmented reality brochures, campaigns etc.”, said the DHA’s Director-General. [image: Arabian Gazette]

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