preventive healthcare
changing the face of
asia’s medical sector
very old China




   By 2050, China's population above age 65
     is expected to grow beyond 320 million.
        This w...
from disease-centric to
                prevention-centric




     By2020 focus will shift from disease to
prevention-cen...
With a billion
Telemedicine,        internet users
always on the       and 1.8 billion
Asia network       mobile users in
...
saving a patient
from cancer
before it strikes


              Asia's cancer rate may jump by
                 nearly 60% ...
Healthcare IT spending
accelerating rapidly in Asia




   Asia healthcare IT market was US$3.4 billion in
    2008 and is...
Asia nanotech, small is the new big
In Asia, about 70,000
patients are diagnosed
with prostate cancer every
year. Nanotech...
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medtech@solidiance.com
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Solidiance examines key factors in the Asia healthcare industry that are transforming the way medical and medtech sectors are today.

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Asia Preventive Healthcare - www.solidiance.com

  1. 1. preventive healthcare changing the face of asia’s medical sector
  2. 2. very old China By 2050, China's population above age 65 is expected to grow beyond 320 million. This will create a tremendous need for cardiac disease prevention and control
  3. 3. from disease-centric to prevention-centric By2020 focus will shift from disease to prevention-centric services, driving greater technology needs in software, information sharing and healthcare IT solutions
  4. 4. With a billion Telemedicine, internet users always on the and 1.8 billion Asia network mobile users in Asia, telemedicine is gaining fast popularity for real-time low- cost, high-quality teleconsultation
  5. 5. saving a patient from cancer before it strikes Asia's cancer rate may jump by nearly 60% to 7.1 million new cases a year by 2020. This will create a greater need for predictive diagnostics methods such as genetics testing
  6. 6. Healthcare IT spending accelerating rapidly in Asia Asia healthcare IT market was US$3.4 billion in 2008 and is expected to reach US$5 billion in 2010 due to increased regulations, privacy restrictions, development of private care sector and replacement of obsolete infrastructure
  7. 7. Asia nanotech, small is the new big In Asia, about 70,000 patients are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year. Nanotech in medicine could spare 80% of patients unnecessary surgery or chemotherapy by using nanosensors to detect, target and kill off cancerous cells
  8. 8. www.solidiance.com medtech@solidiance.com
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