21st CEO Survey: key findings from the healthcare industry
Anticipating unique disruptions
Anticipating unique disruptions
A look at current financial reporting issues
The M&A market of China pharmaceuticals and medical devices sectors dropped both in value and volume of deals in 2017 H1
This report analyses the drug price policies and influences to Chinese public hospitals in recent years and provides suggestions on how to react.
When China enters a new era in medicine, using more technology than ever, how China should carefully manage their expenditure to cure more NCDs.
Recent medicine policies for public hospitals.
M&A in China’s medical device sector.
New health reform has been rolled out to accommodate the rising of residents income level and healthcare awareness.
Explosive growth for M&A deals in the healthcare industry.
A new treatment?
A new direction for real estate industry transformation
Hospital information system construction an important part of hospital reform.
This piece explores the evolution of the eMR in the internet era and where it will eventually take us to.
A overview and outlook of the China health food market and its future.
How can medical robots contribute to the success of the health industry.
With a short development history in China, currently rehabilitation medicine has a poor recognisability and acceptability to patients and the number of people actually receiving rehabilitation is far lower than that of people who should receive rehabilitation.
The growth of M&A in China's healthcare is benefitting from regulatory reforms and policies promoting investment.
This paper investigates medical cost trends.
How PPP has become an increasingly popular feature of the domestic healthcare industry.
Combine the industrial situation in China and highlight the 10 forces that are expected to have the most impact on the industry in the year.
Scientific advances and expanding market potential of biotechnology has led to growing interest in biosimilars.
This paper reviews M&A activities in hospitals where healthcare reforms were initated and the upward trend.
Some findings regarding how medical costs correlate with medical service quality and using more advanced technologies aiming to reduce costs.
This paper explores the threats of medical technology cybersecurity in the healthcare industry.
Key findings from The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2016
This paper explores how patients and practitioners in China will have access to a growing number of apps with new ways of engaging and interacting across platforms bringing new value and capital to the sector.
Healthcare is an industry in transition. To conquer the challenges, healthcare CEOS must contend with new technology, demographic shifts that profoundly change the world's population and high public expectations.
Investment trends change in the healthcare industry in China so to improve healthcare services, expand medial coverage and attract more investment.
The recognition of using more and more information technology to build capacity in the healthcare industry.
How the drug pricing mechanism and links to hospital income streams as well as increases in drug expenditure have posed a major challenge to a stable health environment, hindering health reform in China.
How to have access to a skilled and efficient referring diagnosis-to-treatment sytem to allow improved access at rural nd community levels without un-necessarily overburdening top level and specialty hospitals at very reasonable costs.