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30/01/2015
Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has announced a tax exemption plan for r&d investment for smart healthcare companies.
30/01/2015
Healthcare and related companies dominated the Australian equity market in 2014. They raised A$14.1 billion (US$11.2 billion) or 53% of the total market capitalisations of all listings, according to HLB Mann Judd.
29/01/2015
The Collaborative Network has won a ten-year NHS contract to provide PET-CT scanning services across 30 locations in England.
29/01/2015
The Public Accounts Committee has updated its inquiry into the franchise of Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust and summoned key people associated with the deal to appear before them.
29/01/2015
NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group has awarded Ramsay Health Care UK a new contract to continue providing orthopaedic services from Clifton Park Hospital.
29/01/2015
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published its first reports on independent hospitals reviewed under its new inspection regime.
28/01/2015
In its 10-year plan for the NHS, Labour has said voluntary sector organisations would not be as affected by its NHS preferred provider policy as private providers.
28/01/2015
Parkway Life REIT, one of Asia's largest listed healthcare REITs, has reported a steady rise in gross revenue of 1.5% to S$25.1 million (US$18.7 million) in the fourth quarter of last year.


HealthInvestor looks back on 2014 and highlights the defining moments for the sector
Candesic’s Marc Kitten and Dr Joe Taylor explore how existing software platforms and technologies could address healthcare’s looming workforce crisis
MedicX and the healthcare division at Octopus Investments have joined forces to create Octopus Healthcare. Sunniva Davies-Rommetveit spoke to Mike Adams and Shay Ramalingam about their grand plans for the future
Sunniva Davies-Rommetveit asks whether Simon Stevens’ ‘Five year forward view’ encapsulates his own saying “think like a patient, act like a taxpayer”, or if significant issues are left unaddressed
Although Britain has seen two successful healthcare IPOs this year, much of the action has been in Australia and the Middle East. Adrian Murdoch reports
The number of people buying into private healthcare has remained largely flat. Can this change if prices are pushed down, as Bupa claims? Ploy Radford investigates
Will private investment give rise to a new model of NHS primary care centres, ask Clare Connell and Charlotte Bushnell of Connell Consulting
A new report has offered an insight on what needs to be done to repair the poor state of out-of-hours care



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HealthInvestor looks back on 2014 and highlights the defining moments for the sector
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The number of people buying into private healthcare has remained largely flat. Can this change if prices are pushed down, as Bupa claims? Ploy Radford investigates
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Although Britain has seen two successful healthcare IPOs this year, much of the action has been in Australia and the Middle East.
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Sunniva Davies-Rommetveit asks whether Simon Stevens’ ‘Five year forward view’ encapsulates his own saying “think like a patient, act like a taxpayer”, or if significant issues are left unaddressed
Read more...