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Korean government to build bio big data system

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18-Apr-17 The Korean government, with the assistance of bio health industry companies, will build a “distributed bio big data system” using healthcare information accumulated at medical institutions. The system seeks to develop new personalized medicines based on patient level data as well as help develop medical devices that leverage artificial intelligence and augmented reality technologies. [image: Business Korea]

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Incentives for medical devices using robotics, AI, 3D Printing in Korea

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18-Apr-17 In Korea, an evaluation and compensation system will be applied to medical devices using innovative technologies such as robotics, artificial intelligence and 3D printing. “We will continue to improve systems and give supports so that the healthcare industry will develop into a future growth engine" said Kim Gang-rip, director of the Ministry of Health and Welfare. [image: Business Korea]

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Hong Kong tech innovation is happening in a wide range of health-related categories

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18-Apr-17  Hong Kongers are increasingly turning to technology to monitor their health according to a recent survey that found 52% are likely to use wearables while doing exercise. Among HK's new health-tech start-ups is Clim8, which incorporates thermal clothing technology into garments to help wearers achieve regulated body temperature. [image: HKTC]

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India pushes for skill development and medical safety

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18-Apr-17 India embarked on its health reform journey a decade ago and is still far below its target of medical specialists per 1,000 people. To help bridge this gap, companies such as Becton Dickinson are collaborating with the government to assist in skilling and training. BD launched training courses and curriculum for super specialty paramedical care. [image: ET Healthworld]

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