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Telstra Health to buy EOS Technologies

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08-Oct-15 Telstra Health is set to acquire Silver Chain Group's technology arm EOS Technologies, developer of the ComCare community care management system. EOS Technologies will be integrated into Telstra’s HealthConnex business. "[This] will allow us to provide the best community care and residential aged care eHealth platform in Australia,” said Head of Provider Applications Michael Boyce. [image: HealthConnex]

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Philippines' Medical City establishes presence in UAE

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08-Oct-15 The Medical City (TMC), the largest healthcare network in the Philippines, has partnered with Kuwait’s SAMA Medical Services to open its first polyclinic in Dubai, with plans to expand its presence across the UAE and in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. [image: PASEI]

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Hong Kong to keep medical staff on the job after retirement age

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16-Oct-15 Hong Kong's Hospital Authority has narrowly averted a specialist doctor manpower crisis by raising their retirement age from 60 to 65. Under a scheme costing HKD570 mn (USD74 mn), 60 out of 100 doctors who were to retire this year will continue their service. Serving 90% of patients with only 40% of doctors, Hong Kong's public hospitals are chronically understaffed. [image: SCMP]

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IHH plans 350-bed hospital in Chengdu

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16-Oct-15 Malaysia based IHH Healthcare is teaming up with Shanghai Broad Ocean Investments to set up a 350-bed tertiary hospital in Chengdu, China, in a move to be a leading provider in Greater China. The new Parkway Health Chengdu Hospital will be IHH’s first tertiary facility in Western China. [image: Perennial]

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Japan's drug regulator PMDA plans India office

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15-Oct-15 Japan's drug regulator, the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency (PMDA), is set to open an India office soon. The move is expected to help Indian generic drug manufacturers, which have been seeking to increase their presence in Japan either through exports or by forging joint ventures with partners in that country. [image: The Economic Times]

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