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Medical Thailand
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Source: Thailand Medical News  Jan 16, 2020
A variety of noncommunicable chronic diseases such as diabetes are on the rise in Thailand as the country transitions to a high-middle-income country. A study by medical researchers from Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) and Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok identifies the strengths and weaknesses of diabetes care in Thailand's universal healthcare system. Published in the j...
Source: Thailand Medical News  Oct 31, 2019
Despite the recent commendable initiatives by the Thai Government and various agencies in trying to spearhead Thailand as a Regional Hub for medical and biotech  procedures, medical research, biomedical innovations and even as a production hub for biotech products, pharmaceuticals and medical devices, it will still take a long way before this realization can actually can take place and one of...
Source:Thailand Medical News  Oct 15, 2019
People don’t talk about service; they all talk about experience. Positive patient experience makes a customer loyal and the hospital as its most preferred healthcare solutions provider.   Medical tourism is the new buzz word in healthcare ecosystem. It refers to people traveling abroad to obtain medical treatment. The Thailand medical tourism industry is booming, as a result of e...
Source: Healthcare IT News  Sep 30, 2019
Grahame Grieve is FHIR Product Director at HL7 International and is often regarded as the as the ‘Founder of FHIR’. A seasoned healthcare interoperability consultant, he has a background in laboratory medicine, software vendor development, clinical research, open source development and has also conceived, developed and sold interoperability and clinical document solutions and products ...
Source: Thailand Medical News  Sep 09, 2019
The Hong Kong Trade Development  Council  (HKTDC)  will featuring a number of companies from Hong Kong at the Medical fair Thailand 2019.   This year, Medical Fair Thailand will be the biggest yet since its  history in beginning in 2003. Medical Fair Thailand 2019 will feature over 1,000 exhibitor booths from over 60 countries and 21 National Pavilions. Included in this ...
Source: Thailand Medical News  Aug 23, 2019
EDITORIAL The Thailand Medical Industry has great potential to help uplift  the local economy over the next few years if more attention and also collaboration is under taken by the various government agencies in a more concerted effort. Thailand has to date more than 1,840 hospitals in the country with more than 37 percent of these being private hospitals, of which 70 percent of these are...
Source: Thailand Medical News  Aug 13, 2019
The French Healthcare Pavilion brings together 11 French companies boasting the latest and most prominent French medical innovations, ranging from hygienic bags, medical beds, autopsy solutions, surgical equipment, medical single-use products, medicinal air and vacuum solutions, to one of the most groundbreaking solutions in the treatment of sleep disorders.     &nbs...
Source; Thailand Medical News  Jul 30, 2019
For health professionals planning to develop a software or an application but have no knowledge of coding, Avalant Co Ltd , a leading software and digital services provider in Thailand has just introduced its novelty product called ONE WEB Digital Maker Platform. Mr Akkarapol Bunworaset The cloud based platform is an easy to use platform for health professionals and organizations wanting to tra...
Source: Thailand Medical News  Jul 19, 2019
Messe Dusseldorf Asia, the organizers of the biennial Medical  Fair Thailand, announced  the initiation of a Medical Startup Park at its coming event in September at Bitec.  The Medical Startup Park will basically be a  showcase dedicated to Stage 3 and Stage 4 medical and innovative healthcare startup companies which are less than 4 years old with products that are ready to be...
Source: Thailand Medical News  Jul 09, 2019
The Medical Devices Asean 2019  exhibition returns for the second year, this time with even more exhibitors, conference programmes and newer and  exciting medical device innovations being showcased. The event is a must for all medical and healthcare professionals and also for distributors , retailers and also manufacturers of medical equiptment and devices and also for individuals inv...
Source: Thailand Medical News  May 27, 2019
Just take look at any Office Tower in Bangkok these days, and you will find either a Starbucks or some other knock off branded coffee outlets with a long queue of local office workers. Many of these office workers despite being on one of the lowest monthly salaries compared to any other well-developed cities around the world, can always be seen holding a cup of these coffee as a sort of status sym...
Source: Thailand Medical News  May 26, 2019
Thai-listed property company Pruksa Holdings PLC is set to open its first hospital in the Saphan Kwai vicinity by 2020.   The 250 bed is targetting the middle-class segment and is JCI accredited. Pruksa is investing a total of Bt 4.9 billion into this venture and is expecting to make profit in the third year of operations.   The hospital and healthcare market is getting extremely compe...
Source: Thailand Medical News  May 09, 2019
First Fertility Group, which comprises of its main clinic in Bangkok located at Rajdamri and also branch clinics in Cambodia and also elsewhere in the region, was recently the recipient of the Fertility Service Provider Of The Year in Asia Pacific by  Global Health and Travel (GHT). The Global Health & Travel Awards recognizes companies that have push boundary of delighting their custo...
Source: Thailand Medical News  Apr 10, 2019
Dealing with multinational insurance companies can often be a nightmare proposition in Thailand, for expats and tourists alike. Provider networks are often limited. Insured patients must usually pay bills upfront with the promise of reimbursement by the insurer later, which either comes months later or not at all. Necessary medical care is often denied because of technicalities.  Structural F...