Healthcare

41% of APeJ healthcare organisations plan to launch IoT solutions in the next two years: IDC
More than half of the organisations surveyed see IoT as strategic to their business in order to overcome disruptive changes in the health delivery process.
Reimagining healthcare services with GetDoc
Platform offers accessibility to 6,000 doctors in Malaysia and Singapore and reduces waiting time by enabling one to make appointments on the go.
Frost weighs in with its 2017 cyber security predictions for Asia-Pacific
Everybody has something to worry about around cyber threats says Frost & Sullivan in its 2017 cyber security predictions
Indonesia's PesanLab connects consumers to medical labs
Indonesian startup PesanLab aims to fill a gap in the nation’s digital healthcare ecosystem by digitising diagnostic laboratory services.    
Indonesian health info startup Alodokter raises US$2.5mil Series A
Alodokter said it has closed its Series A funding in a round led by Singapore-based Golden Gate Ventures, with participation from 500 Startups and Singaporean angel investor Lim Dershing.
What’s Next 2016: Focus on SEA’s basic needs, forget Silicon Valley
Entrepreneurs in South-East Asia should stop looking at Silicon Valley trends and instead focus on fulfilling the basic needs of people in this region, said one of the panellists at Digital News Asia’s What’s Next 2016 conference last week.
Saving lives with the early detection of cancer
Early cancer detection saves lives and one Malaysian company – Mobecomm Technologies – is providing the technology to do just that.
Materialise launches 3D printing R&D centre in Malaysia
Belgium-headquartered Materialise has launched a 3D printing Centre of Excellence in Malaysia that will do medical-focused R&D on digital light processing technology.
What’s Next 2016: CEO of Khazanah-owned VC firm Xeraya joins line-up
Fares Zahir, the CEO of Xeraya Capital, a Khazanah-owned VC firm, joins the What’s Next conference as a panellist, and here shares what the low-key fund does and how some of its investments have fared.
Healthcare startup Konsula levels up, from e-directory to e-commerce
Barely a year after its launch as an online directory of medical and healthcare services, Jakarta-based startup Konsula has now entered the e-commerce battlefield with the launch of its e-Store.
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