Lifestyle Diseases: Can an 'Artificial Pancreas' normalise type 1 diabetes?
Researchers at Mayo Clinic in the United States have begun clinical trials on an artificial pancreas that has been years in the making. 
Medical Tourism: Arab patients in Southeast Asia
Callan Emery travelled to Southeast Asia and visited several leading hospitals in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur to gain an insight into the level and sophistication of the region’s health tourism offerings and to gauge the extent of Arab patients travelling to these destinations.
United Kingdom Report - A changing landscape
Kevin Kiely, Founder & Managing Director of Medilink in Yorkshire, and International Executive for Medilink UK, outlines the changes that are taking place to modernise the United Kingdom’s Life Science sector.
Healthcare Transformation: A vision for healthcare’s radical makeover
Just as the publishing and music industries were disrupted and rebuilt by powerful transformative levers, the healthcare industry is on the verge of a similar disruptive change that will significantly reshape...
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Report: Performance improvement
The healthcare system in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is undergoing major changes driven by the Government’s determination to improve the access, quality and cost effectiveness of health provision.
Medication: Fostering a Medication Safety culture
A series of reports by the Institute of Medicine (IOM)1 have highlighted how wide the quality chasm is in healthcare and how essential it is to close the gap between what we know are best standards of practice and what is actually being delivered as care to our patients.

 Date of upload: 20th Nov 2012
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