HealthcareEuropa: Spotlight

eHealth: towards paperless healthcare systems

“eHealth is like teenage sex: everyone talks about it, nobody knows how to do it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, so everyone claims they are doing it,” was how one attendee at eHealth in Amsterdam used Dan Ariely’s famous take on big data,... [+]

News

Market reacts well as Ramsay announces large rise in profit

Australia-based global healthcare giant Ramsay released its full year figures today (Tuesday, August 30) for the year ending June 30, 2016 – and the market has reacted positively to strong results. [+]

Insight & Interviews

Interview: Omer Karahan MD, Partner, ValueHealth Consulting

How is the Turkish private healthcare sector faring? Who better to ask than Omer Karahan, whose firm ValueHealth specialises in the sector? How is the private sector faring in Turkey these days? Have recent events affected the private sector? And where are we today with the big PPPs? [+]

Reports

Greek private hospitals: between Scylla and Charybdis

During the peak of the tensions on Greece’s potential exit of the euro in the summer of 2015, private operators told Healthcare Europa of their difficulties to stay afloat in light of a 40% claw-back. Meanwhile, there were reports people could not afford to pay upfront costs and that hospitals were running dangerously low on the supply of basic medical equipment. So has anything changed? [+]
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News

Market reacts well as Ramsay announces large rise in profit

Australia-based global healthcare giant Ramsay released its full year figures today (Tuesday, August 30) for the year ending June 30, 2016 – and the market has reacted positively to strong results. [+]

Insight & Interviews

Interview: Mark Adams, CEO of Anglo Arabian Heathcare, on how changes in UAE will create winners – and losers

The healthcare system in the UAE is unusual. Around 85 to 90% of the workforce is from overseas, there’s a fragmented payor market and too many hospitals and clinics chasing too few patients. Something has to change, and as it does, there are going to be winners and losers. Mark Adams, founder and CEO of UAE-based integrated healthcare provider Anglo Arabian Heathcare, shared his views with Healthcare Nova. [+]

Reports

Latam countries thriving despite recession

Despite, or perhaps because of the recession, prospects for private healthcare services in Latin America are good. The financial crisis in public healthcare is forcing governments to rethink attitudes to the private sector and to open up the sector to external investors. And new, innovative models are emerging. In this 6,000 word report we give a detailed analysis of the six main markets – Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Peru and Colombia, and over the next few days we'll be profiling those major players, country by country. [+]
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