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China to integrate healthcare and eldercare

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12-Nov-15 China will promote the integration of healthcare with elderly care to address the needs of its aging population, an official statement said. Medical institutions are being urged to make it convenient for senior care agencies to make appointments and cooperation between community hospitals, communities and home-based elderly care service providers is being encouraged. [image: The China Voice]

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Chinese online healthcare market worth USD2.7 bn

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11-Nov-15 China's online healthcare market is estimated to be worth RMB17 bn (USD2.7 bn) in 2015. Companies such as Spring Rain and Kingdee are wading into the online market to make health care more accessible. Kingdee launched its "M-health" service in 2014 and had forged partnerships with 160 hospitals by Aug-15. [image: China Daily]

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Novartis to promote clinical research in Mexico

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18-Nov-15 In its second collaboration with the Mexican government this month, Novartis has signed a letter of intent with Mexico's Ministry of Health (Secretaría de Salud) aimed at intensifying co-operation in clinical research and joint solutions for health services. Novartis will invest USD50 mn in clinical research over the next half-decade. [image: Mexico News Daily]

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Standard Chartered USD1 mn for eye health in Pakistan

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11-Nov-15 After screening 1.5 million children for refractive errors in Pakistan, Standard Chartered Bank has announced a comprehensive eye health care programme of USD1 million for people living in remote areas. The project will provide eye healthcare facilities for over 1.7 mn people living in under-privileged and remote areas who are facing eye health issues. [image: Jamshad Masood]

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A*Star-NUS centre for research imaging opens

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11-Nov-15 Singapore's first national platform for research imaging in diseases such as dengue and tuberculosis has been opened. It is part of the Government's efforts to boost investment in health and biomedical sciences. The centre will be the first in Southeast Asia to use latest technologies like the MR/PET scanner. [image: Clinical Imaging Research Centre]

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