This is the second in a series of two blog posts about the QiPu Awards at China Europe International Business School. The first blog post explained the background of the QiPu Awards and shared some of the panels from the summit on innovation in healthcare. This second blog post will present the winners of the QiPu Award in each category.
Two weeks ago, the ACCESS Health Philippines team signed a contract with the Rotary Club Makati to partner with them on Stop TB Now.
Join ACCESS Health Singapore on Wednesday, June 24, from 2 pm to 3 pm, for a presentation on Architecture and Aging, by Dr. Chong Keng Hua from the Singapore University of Technology and Design.
The National Institution for Transforming India Aayog (NITI Aayog), the policy think tank of the Indian government, recently published a blog post on the current status of the health system in India and invited responses to two specific questions: How can we maximize health returns from available resources? and How can we increase investments in health? This blog post shares our response.
Join ACCESS Health Singapore on Tuesday, June 16, for two important talks on developments and innovation in aging.
In the third blog post, we introduced several leading private sector innovators in primary care. In this blog post, we revisit some of those innovators as we discuss noncommunicable diseases and technologies that support early diagnosis and prompt treatment.
The ability to deliver on the promise of high quality, affordable elder care is no easy task, but many examples of promising models exist. In this blog post, we profile one such example: Care Company TioHundra, a public healthcare company in Sweden.