Health Minister spent $21 million providing healthcare to garment workers last year.
Sanofi Cambodia organises a training on diabetes management in Advanced Part I.
French pharmaceutical company Sanofi has for decades helped discover, develop and distribute therapeutic solutions to patients in more than 100 countries.
The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has provided membership cards to more than 150,000 public servants, former civil servants, and veterans for healthcare services.
Pakistan’s decision to clampdown on 18 international aid agencies is expected to hurt 11 million aid recipients.
Getting a heart attack may necessitate a bypass surgery. In my country Malaysia, the cost of such bypass surgery is about $10,500. The figure is far higher in Singapore.
Indian PM Narendra Modi launches the world’s biggest healthcare program.
Prudential Asia enters into an exclusive partnership agreement with Babylon Health.
Nearly 10,000 civil servants are treated in hospital in the first six months of the year.
General Electric to shed its healthcare business to concentrate on power and aviation.
NSSF warns of legal action against who says healthcard provides 2nd-rate healthcare
Sanofi Cambodia announces its new packaging of Phosphalugel under the theme “Super P is a hero of àn Antacid” in order to raise the awareness about the product and its effectiveness in neutralizing acid to around 250 healthcare professionals at Sokha Hotel Phnom Penh.
A draft law on expanding the role of National Social Security Fund will be finalised this year, the Labour Minister says.
Thai superstar Yinglee Srijumphon, known to her fans as Ying Lee, was the guest-of-honour at a meet and greet event at Aeon Mall’s Delight Plaza organised by Sususi Aloe Vera, a healthcare soft drink imported by JCRI.
In this interview, Ms Dao Thu Nga, head of Cambodia operations for one of the world’s most socially responsible pharmaceutical companies, talks about the company’s approach to healthcare in Cambodia.
The Shulan Hangzhou Hospital has performed over 330 liver transplants since 2015.
On April 10, the German business community in Cambodia invited many Cambodians who have studied or lived in Germany for a networking night at Hops Craft Beer Garden.
A MoU with Techo Volunteer Youth Doctor Association to improve workers’ healthcare.
Chinese retailers are cashing in on International Women’s Day.
Uzbeki Tanncam Investment has invested $4 million into Verita Healthcare Group, a global provider of healthcare services.
Demining workers are to receive the same free healthcare benefits as garment factory staff, PM Hun Sen has announced.
Wing and the National Social Security Fund have signed an agreement to give employers and employees access to cashless payments.
Metfone Together with Youth Volunteer Doctors’ Association Benefit Tens of Thousands with Healthcare Service
Tens of thousands of Cambodians from around the country benefited this year from the Metfone-TYDA CSR cooperation to provide free medical checkups and treatment.
The government approves an increase of more than 15 percent to next year’s national budget.
Sanofi Cambodia organising an event to share knowledge on ‘Optimal Solutions for Cardio-Metabolic Patients’
Sanofi Cambodia organised a scientific event on “Optimal Solutions for Cardio-Metabolic Patients” for about 150 healthcare professionals at the Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel.
Diagnos, a company specialising in healthcare equipment, announces a new partnership with Garuda Health Services.
Since eye services were established at the Siem Reap Provincial Hospital, with donor support, it has grown in its capacity to deliver much needed eye healthcare to more than two million Cambodians.
Predictions for an artificial intelligence-dominated future are increasingly common, but Antoine Blondeau has experience in reading, and arguably manipulating, the runes.
Thailand’s healthcare and wellness business to grow since the visa extension scheme.
US President Donald Trump threatens to end government payments to health insurers if Congress does not pass a new healthcare bill.