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Softly, Softly Tact Proves Best Way to Treat Japan's Medical Sector

30 July 2019

With many Japanese patients-to-be preferring their healthcare to be doled out as sensitively, non-intrusively and as non-digitally as possible, the sentiment at Tokyo-hosted Medtec was that a low-prof...Read More

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Hong Kong Leading the Way in Greater Bay Area Biomedical Services Cooperation

17 May 2019

The Outline Development Plan for Greater Bay Area fosters close cooperation in medical and healthcare resources. The government departments are formulating policies, such as cross-border customs-clear...Read More

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Greater Bay Area Cooperation in Combatting Epidemics: How Hong Kong’s Expertise Can Help

15 May 2019

The world has been on constant alert when it comes to pandemics and epidemics, particularly in cities where crowded living conditions can often accelerate the spread of any infection outbreak. Hong Ko...Read More

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Biomedical Services: Linking the Greater Bay Area and the Belt and Road Markets

6 May 2019

Hong Kong is a significant hub for cooperation in R&D and advanced biomedical services in the Greater Bay Area and beyond. The city can fill the gap between mainland China and overseas in the field of...Read More

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Hong Kong a Greater Bay Area Test Bed for Clinical Technology

2 May 2019

The demand for advanced clinical diagnosis and medication has risen in mainland China. Many mainlanders also consider travelling to Hong Kong to look for advanced medical services like diagnoses and e...Read More

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Soaring Indonesian Healthcare Market Woos Medical Device Exporters

24 April 2019

With Indonesia's healthcare market tipped to be worth US$78 billion by 2027, suppliers from Europe, China and the wider Asia-Pacific region are eager to establish long-term local partnerships before t...Read More

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Hainan Free Trade Zone (3): The Burgeoning Medical Tourism Sector video

10 April 2019

With Hainan Island being established as a free trade zone (FTZ), the provincial government is putting a lot of effort into developing the island’s tourism industry, including medical tourism. In Novem...Read More

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Machine Learning Set to Optimise Big Data Analytics Processing Time

21 Aug 2018

With Big Data seen as an essential tool in many business environments, smart-processing systems, coupled with enhanced legacy data migration capabilities, are set to unleash the full potential of comm...Read More

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Asia Looks to Japan and Europe as Model for Future Elderly Care Needs

7 Aug 2018

With drastically changing demographics set to transform many Asian countries into elderly-centric economies, the Ageing Asia event looked to learn the lessons of those nations that have already succes...Read More

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Smart Logistics for Pharmaceuticals Expands Rapidly in Zhongshan

23 July 2018

Guangdong Jointown Pharmaceutical’s distribution centre in Zhongshan is a third-party logistics service provider approved by the Guangdong Food and Drug Administration. Guangdong Jointown shares its e...Read More

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Demand for Smart, Bespoke Rehabilitation Devices Soars Across China

2 May 2018

With the mainland suffering from a chronic shortage of properly qualified rehabilitative medical staff, technology is helping fill the treatment gap, with a plethora of bespoke prosthetics and smart t...Read More

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Myanmar's Soaring Health Sector Prompts Medical Supplier Goldrush

5 Dec 2017

Viewed as the last frontier by many in the commercial sector, Myanmar's government-backed healthcare boom is the latest element of the country's economy to see countless international manufacturers an...Read More

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Open Wide: Emerging Opportunities in the Mainland Oral Care Market

11 Aug 2017

Pushed by supportive government policies and pulled by growing consumer demand, prospects are indeed bright for China's oral-healthcare market, although inferior technology and a lack of qualified sta...Read More

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The Challenges Facing Hong Kong Start-ups: Go-to-market

10 Aug 2017

Start-ups often view going international as a way to increase sales and lower production cost. However, they soon find out that each international market is unique and most of the time customers do no...Read More

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Mainland Healthcare Companies Now Focusing on Domestic Market

28 July 2017

Having long targeted the US and European markets, China's healthcare-manufacturing sector has now woken up to the huge surge in demand in its home country, a development set to transform the business ...Read More

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Provision of Healthcare Set to Become Primary Global Economic Driver

27 July 2017

With the elderly demographic continuing to expand in virtually every economy, meeting ever-rising healthcare costs and providing the appropriate medical infrastructure may yet prove to be the defining...Read More

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Hong Kong Start-up Trends: The Healthcare Sector

17 July 2017

With aging population, growing medical and healthcare demands are expected in the next decades. The trend has encouraged the use of biotechnology applications for better human health and living. Some ...Read More

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Hong Kong Start-up Trends: Hard-core Technology

10 July 2017

In Hong Kong, there is an apparent rise in enthusiastic attempts in academia to commercialise scientific and technological research results. For instance, Oper Technology has developed an effective st...Read More

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Smart Rehabilitation Equipment Proves Ideal Therapy for Mainland

5 May 2017

Smart assistive devices, integrating both software and hardware components, are transforming the rehabilitative regimes of many mainland patients, according to exhibitors at this year's Rehacare and O...Read More

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Business Models Create Value and Boost the Smart Healthcare IoT Industry

29 March 2017

Due to the emergence of an aging society, the surging costs of the treatment and care required due to the physiological decline of an elderly population, is adding to an already huge medical expenditu...Read More

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