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Indian e-health service adjusts to lockdown

Gina Wilkinson explains how 1mg, the country’s largest integrated online health platform, has adapted to life under lockdown with strategies to support the government’s...

Dialling it up

The global dialysis market is under pressure to adapt to thrive. Ploy Radford reckons that thinking big is key to survival.  The kidneys perform two...

The little red dot

Milind Sabnis, director of healthcare, Asia Pacific, Frost & Sullivan, looks at how Singapore has become Southeast Asia’s hub for healthcare and maintains its...

Focus on efficiency

Healthcare chief executives need to make sure that their businesses develop and execute clear value creation, argue Andrew McKechnie, PwC strategy & healthcare leader,...

Sky-high thinking: Ageing in Asia

How to cater for an ageing population is big business across Asia. Alistair Kleebauer looks at some of the products and services that are...

Consolidation and Optimisation

Arnaud Sergent, partner, Serge Hovsepian, partner, and Jean-Guillaume Bayada, principal at L.E.K. Consulting, look at the rapid consolidation in France’s private healthcare market and...

The global healthcare tech-rush

Do insurers or regulators appreciate the risks around health tech? Stephen King, partner at national law firm Mills & Reeve LLP, looks why health...

Why rural healthcare matters

Inez Mikkelsen-Lopez, health specialist in the Pacific Department at the Asian Development Bank, looks at the expansion of community health posts across rural Papua...

Keep calm and carry on investing

Frank Tsui, senior fund manager at Value Partners in Hong Kong, explains how the Coronavirus has affected Asian markets and says normal service will...

How to bridge the gap

Elena Sterlin, head of health and education, IFC, explains why the private sector plays such a critical role in Universal Health Coverage.  When I told...