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The digitisation of health data through blockchain technology is a groundbreaking solution that will empower patients and provide them with better access to healthcare.
For too many companies, a stock market flotation is the be all and end all. Chief executives have spent months on roadshows, locked up with bankers and lawyers. Understandably they think that they can now rest on their laurels.
Today is the launch of Asia Pacific’s first Life Sciences Centre of Excellence. It is part of global management consulting firm LEK Consulting’s Healthcare Insights Centre and aims to drive thought leadership and innovation to elevate the life sciences ecosystem in Singapore and the region.
Dementia remains one of the biggest chronic medical issues to face families. A determination to treat the illness is a challenge that Charles Stacey, president and CEO of Singapore-based Cerecin, has grasped with both hands.
Abrar Mir is that rare thing in the healthcare sector: a voice of reason. It notable that when he speaks at conferences, the chatter outside the auditorium diminishes and seats suddenly become hard to find. Part of this is thanks to his position as managing partner of Singapore-based private equity fund Quadria Healthcare, which he co-founded in 2012. But as much of it is due to his quiet authority and passion, as it is to the US$1.5 billion he has under management across the Asia Pacific region.
SOHO Global Health was founded in 1946 in Jakarta by Tan Tjhoen Lim as an injectables-focused pharmaceutical company. Today it is one of the largest pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution businesses in Indonesia with a network that covers more than 80% of the hospitals and 90% of the pharmacies in the country.
Anupa Naik speaks nineteen to the dozen. The chief executive of Symple Wellness, a healthcare company set up in Singapore in July last year as an offshoot of the family office AJ Capital, has barely stood still since then, and shows no sign of stopping any time soon.
After listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange at the beginning of May, Ping An Healthcare and Technology, formerly known as Good Doctor, shows no sign of slowing down.
Amy Khor, senior minister of state, ministry of health in Singapore, looks at the challenges of how to deliver healthcare in the future.
First you must find a clinic space from which to practice. The good news is that space is available at most hospitals. The bad news is that a 1,200 square-foot clinic space at Mount Elizabeth Hospital currently retails for around S$10 million, or US$7.34 million to secure a space less than half the size of a tennis court. By the time you add fittings, equipment and staff, your relationship with your bank manager will likely be under severe strain.
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