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December 16, 2020
Ping An Good Doctor, China’s one-stop healthcare ecosystem platform announced it has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Tsumura China Inc. to strengthen the Chinese medicine supply chain via the "Internet Healthcare + Pharmacies" service model.
Tsumura is a manufacturer of Kampo medicines in Japan and predominately engages in the standardized planting of high-quality Chinese herbal...
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November 10, 2020
Israeli medical device startup Hospitech Respiration last week announced the establishment of a joint venture with Chinese company AwakeZone to expand its production and distribution capabilities in China.
The China-based joint venture, Hospitech AwakeZone Medical, will develop the production capabilities of Hospitech Respiration’s AnapnoGuard device by opening a manufacturing facility in China...
Above photo: Lijun Xin, CEO of JD Health. Credit: JD Health
August 19, 2020
JD Health, the healthcare subsidiary of JD.com, a Chinese e-commerce giant, launched a “family doctor” service based on an “internet +healthcare” model earlier this week.
Up to eight family members may share a “family doctor” service package which includes unlimited 24/7 online medical consultation support with immediate response from a general practitioner, medical consultation with experts...
July 8, 2020
Barcelona, Spain-based digital therapeutic company Braingaze announced that it is partnering with China’s insurance giant Ping An Group and eye-tracking innovator 7invensun to deliver convenient and accurate diagnostic solutions to kids in China who are suffering from ADHD disorders.
As part of a broader collaboration with Ping An Group, the health services giant in China, Braingaze set out to...
June 8, 2020
Singapore-based DocDoc, a virtual network of physicians and hospitals supporting patients to find quality medical care in Asia, today announced a partnership with Kaitaiming Technology (KTM) to expand its reach into China. KTM is an insurance risk control company founded in May 2015 in Beijing, China and focuses on combining insurance expertise with information technology, big data and AI.
May 4, 2020
This month has kicked off with a slew of announcements about tracing efforts. From India’s new policy requiring all workers to download its government app to China’s new fever-senseing glasses, governments are looking for ways to keep tabs on the virus.
As of today, all Indian employers are responsible for making sure their domestic employees – in both the public and private sector, download a...
March 9, 2020
Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China, Ltd (Ping An) launched its COVID-19 smart image-reading system on February 19, which was developed by Ping An Smart Healthcare, the smart health care team of subsidiary Ping An Smart City. The system assists doctors with efficient and accurate diagnoses by leveraging Ping An’s AI tech, which could help control the epidemic through earlier diagnoses and...
Above photo: A doctor in SPHCC using the Intelligent Evaluation System of Chest CT for COVID-19 for accurate diagnosis. Credit: Business Wire
February 21, 2020
Since the outbreak of COVID-19 virus in China, Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center (SPHCC) has been actively mobilizing other parties to use the latest tech in the fight against the virus. Through the joint effort of SPHCC and Yitu Healthcare, a Shanghai-based AI startup, the Intelligent Evaluation System of Chest CT for COVID-19 was officially launched on 28 January.
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February 11, 2020
As cases of the COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) continue to spread across China and beyond, the Chinese government has released a new app intended to help citizens check whether they came into contact with the virus.
App users are asked to register a phone number, name and ID number in or to see if they were in contact with someone infected, according to Chinese state media outlet Xinhua, which...
January 30, 2020
VivaLNK, a Santa Clara, California-based connected health startup, recently announced that Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center (SPHCC) is using the startup’s continuous temperature sensor to combat the spread of coronavirus in China. Modeled after the previous SARS outbreak in 2003, SPHCC contains special wards designed to limit cross infection and to provide more efficient treatments.