International health IT week in review: December 3

Pulse+IT's weekly round-up of international health IT and eHealth news for the week ending December 3:

Ping An’s Good Doctor app targeting US$1 billion share sale
South China Morning Post ~ Peggy Sito ~ 27/11/2017

Ping An Good Doctor, the largest online health care and medical platform in China by users, plans to list on the Hong Kong stock exchange in the first half of next year, aiming to raise about US$1 billion.


Stanford kicks off Apple Heart Study to screen and virtually triage patients with irregular heartbeats
FierceHealthcare ~ Evan Sweeney ~ 30/11/2017

Stanford Medicine and Apple have officially kicked off a research initiative test looking into how the Apple Watch can identify users experiencing irregular heart rhythms and virtually connect them with a physician.


Posted in Australian eHealth

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