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Issue 44 | 2019

Issue 44



Towards a better future!

Digital health has been around for quite some time Advancements in technology rising demand for better care and governments focus on improved health economy have contributed to the digital transformation in the healthcare sector

Healthcare Management

Globally healthcare systems are under pressure to improve quality and patient outcomes using evidencebased interventions Many healthcare organisations are turning to industrial improvement approaches such as the lean management system S model Six sigma etc to enhance quality and safety

Construct and its impact on service delivery

There are many aspects to healthcare delivery the spread aided by market factors government policy and regulations the enablers like IT digitisation connected health etc the support ecosystem like pharma and device etc and the delivery construct at the organisational level

Healthcare in developing countries

The United Nations UN has recognised the need for a holistic approach of sustainable development where health environment and social wellbeing are being targeted together through the new global Sustainable Development Goals SDGs In the healthcare sector Universal Health Coverage UHC is the platform that seeks to overcome inequality in tackling the...

Medical Sciences

Global child mortality has decreased substantially since due to vaccinations adequate nutrition and health education however mortality and morbidity remain high among the developing countries

Clinical AI for all

Cardiovascular diseases have grown to epidemic proportions in developing countries such as India where lifestyle patterns have changed significantly due to growing urbanisation dietary habits reduced physical activity and associated psychological stress

The cost of sleep debt is much heavier than one may comprehend Sleep is a restorative process which plays a very crucial role in our physical mental and emotional health It has profound consequences on ones overall health and well being

Information Technology

Artificial intelligence AI and analytics are providing clinicians and researchers with actionable insights from early detection to endoflifecare and by changing the way research is done and diagnoses are made However unlocking the data treasure trove is not a simple exercise for any healthcare organisation


Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontier with these words the United Nations UN spells out a fundamental human right to information in Article of the Universal Declar...

Many market research reports estimate the global digital health market in to be worth around US to US billion Supposing these estimates are correct the size of digital health market was between per cent to per cent of the size of the global pharmaceutical market US billion in that same year

Here is how

Value patient outcomes and quality are key watchwords for the healthcare sector today Stakeholders of this ecosystem are on a continuous drive to discover innovative and costeffective ways to make this environment more patientcentric secure and efficient



The regions most established medical and healthcare exhibition returns for its th edition at a much larger and expanded show floor at BITEC Bangkok featuring more than medical and healthcare innovations representing the hospital diagnostic pharmaceutical medical and rehabilitation sectors