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What to expect from health tech in India in 2016

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30-Dec-15 The healthcare market in India was worth close USD100 bn in 2015 and is expected to touch USD280 bn by 2020, with a CAGR of 23%. India's healthtech space has grown steadily in 2015 both in terms of funding and deal numbers. Preventive medicine is likely to see more activity in 2016 and rural India is set to emerge as a demand source. [image: Your Story]

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The rise of Malaysia as a medical tourism haven

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02-Jan-16 Malaysia is tying up with various governments to increase the number of inbound patients. Kazakhstan, Libya and Oman already have Government-to-Government agreements to send patients to Malaysia, which is also attracting Muslim patients, as an Islamic nation itself. Malaysia has also launched a proper shariah-abiding airline to pursue a large share of the Muslim market. [image: Stem Cell Therapy Malaysia]

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Webinar: China's private hospital sector opportunities

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 Webinars

Watch the recording of our webinar on the Pharmaceutical & HealthCare Marketing BrightTALK channel: Global Growth Markets CEO Pete Read outlines the current situation in China's private hospital sector, government reforms and opportunities for investment.

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Bolivia to invest USD1.7 bn in hospital sector

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30-Dec-15 Bolivian President Evo Morales has announced investment of USD1.70 bn in the hospital sector as part of the 2016-2020 Social & Economic Development Plan. Four level-4 hospitals are planned, located in Cochabamba, Tarija, La Paz, and Santa Cruz, and specialising in oncology, cardiology, gastroenterology, and neurology respectively. Morales also confirmed the development of a universal healthcare system. [image: Plan Canada]

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Over 1,100 jobs to go from Perth health service

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03-Jan-16 Western Australia Health Minister Kim Hames has confirmed 1,163 jobs will need to go if the Government is to bring spending back to sustainable levels. The Government flagged significant cuts to the public health sector last year, with Premier Colin Barnett describing staffing numbers as "several hundred" above desired levels. [image: ABC]

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