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Leprosy in India: What went wrong

India’s claim on leprosy elimination seems to have run into trouble and the Supreme Court has taken note of the issues. Did India underestimate its leprosy problem? SOURCE: The Hindu (19)

Health Technology Drives SilTerra Malaysia’s New Revenue Stream

SilTerra Malaysia, an award-winning Malaysian semiconductor company, has embarked on its transformation towards developing cutting edge health technology. IC Insight, an established industry analyst, ranked it as the top 16th global semiconductor focused company and sees potential in the life sciences market which is expected to reach $25.60 billion by 2023 with a CAGR of […]

China’s innovation and competence growing: J&J chairman

China’s growing competence and investment in new technology will promote the transformation of the healthcare industry, according to the chairman and CEO of Johnson and Johnson (J&J). Read the full story at http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-03/27/c_137069828.htm SOURCE: Xinhuanet (25)

Will Modicare take healthcare to a new level? Key takeaways from announcement

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday rolled out his Budget for 2018-19 designed to help distressed farm sector. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Central government also announced major allocations to the healthcare sector. Presenting his fifth straight budget in the Lok Sabha, Jaitley said that his government has decided to take health protection to a […]

Note ban leads to 15% dip in healthcare spends

Demonetisation led to a drop of 10-15% in healthcare spend, with patients deferring elective surgical and medical procedure, while overall, the impact was more pronounced in small towns. While retail sales of drugs witnessed a slight dip, the diagnostic services suffered a drop of around 15%. Private hospitals in major cities like Delhi and Mumbai […]

Budget 2017 to address Malaysia’s 16.1% medical inflation

Which country does not want the best quality in health services? Health relates very closely to productivity and the amount spent by employers and the government to keep it in check. The Government spent RM4.6billion on fresh vaccines, consumables, and medicines for public hospitals in 2016. (1739)


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