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China’s Guangdong Hospitals Network aims for 10,000 access points

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27-Oct-14 The “Online Hospitals Network” in China’s Guangdong Province has been officially launched in the Guangdong No.2 Provincial People’s Hospital, the first to be authorised by the NHFPC to operate as an online hospital. Patients can use connected local treatment centres or pharmacies to receive a video diagnosis. (Article in Mandarin.) [image: Online Journal of Space Communication]

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Philippine startup takes on global radiologist shortage

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08-Nov-14 Radiologists are hard to find in many places, and demographic trends in developing countries are only likely to exacerbate the talent gap. Lifetrack Medical Systems, a digital healthcare startup in the Philippines, wants to improve the situation by providing tele-radiology services that enable remote reading of medical images. [image: Forbes]

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Startups bring healthcare to India’s doorsteps

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04-Nov-14 While home based care for the elderly has been available for years, start-ups are now paving the way to a more specialised home-based care model. Apart from geriatric care, these ventures are providing speciality care integrated with technology and customised packages. [image: Pippa Ranger Department for International Development]

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Malaysia moves towards better healthcare with nanotech

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03-Nov-14 Nanotechnology, a field Malaysia has established herself in for more than a decade, will power the country's healthcare industry towards a more efficient drug delivery system and cancer treatments. To develop innovative products and nano-medicine experts in Malaysia, IBM Research and NanoMalaysia have embarked on a joint research programme. [image: The Guardian]

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Korean research team develops microscopic surgery robot

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03-Nov-14 A research team from the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) has succeeded in developing a surgical robot for extremely sensitive areas like the human brain and spinal cord, which is impossible to access with existing surgical robots. [image: Business Korea]

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