mydoc announcement

MyDoc and UST Global Establish Joint Venture to Provide More Accessible and Affordable Healthcare for Millions of Working Professionals in India 

Singapore-based MyDoc announce partnership with UST Global to increase access to healthcare, optimise healthcare costs, and improve quality and coverage of medical treatment in India. It also looks to reduce the discrepancy in quality and coverage of medical treatment in India. This partnership is t...
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Asia Healthcare 2019

RHTLaw Taylor Wessing’s Healthcare & Life Sciences Industry Group’s inaugural industry event: Asia Healthcare 2019 – 360° Disruptions to be held on 17 January 2019 at the Hilton Singapore. This will deep dive into the many important impacts the rapid technology development and innov...
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HealthTech O2O

We are pleased to support NexChange at their upcoming HealthTech O2O Summit 2019 in HongKong in January 2019. For more information visit the HealthTech O2O website here...
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Rising Stars in HealthTech: Wellness and Fitness

Galen Growth Asia, SGInnovate, and General Assembly are teaming up for a series of events with some of the most inspiring HealthTech founders and leaders in Southeast Asia. In a candid discussion, they will share their stories and insights, as follows. The first event will cover Rising Stars in ...
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HealthTech Thirstday

Got any questions on the HealthTech ecosystem in Asia? Visiting Singapore to connect with other HealthTech innovators? Want to meet the Galen Growth Asia team? Join us for our HealthTech Thirstday at the HealthTech Hub every last Thursday of the month. This informal meet & greet networking eve...
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Women in HealthTech

Join our COO Helene Champoux at the Women in HealthTech panel discussion presented by SGInnovate and General Assembly. Women leaders in the Health Care and Health Tech communities will break down the biggest challenges and opportunities they face with the rise of new technology, and explain how thei...
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It is sometimes said in Japan

Japanese people have relatively easy access to medical services because they can choose any medical institution. All Japanese citizens, permanent residents, and non-Japanese, with a visa lasting one year or longer, are required to be enrolled in either the National Health Insurance or Employees Hea...
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