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Philips expands Tasy EMR business to Australia and New Zealand


Sydney, Australia and Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, and St. Andrew’s Toowoomba Hospital in Queensland Australia, today announced a multi-year partnership agreement for the hospital-wide installation of Philips Tasy EMR [1]. Tasy EMR is Philips’ next generation Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and care management solution, which addresses the shortcomings of conventional EMRs. Instead of needing multiple IT solutions from various vendors, Philips Tasy EMR offers one int... Read More »

Philips, Emory Healthcare and Royal Perth Hospital in Australia partner to launch new remote intensive care monitoring program

Based on the successes of a pilot program Emory Healthcare ran out of Sydney in 2016, this partnership is a next phase for Emory Healthcare. Their critical care physician (intensivists) and critical care nurse experts will provide medical care to patients in the US from their base at Royal Perth Hospital using Philips’ remote intensive care unit monitoring technology. This virtual care model enables the Perth-based US clinicians to provide remote nighttime critical care support to patients in Atlanta, Georgia during daytime hours in Perth. This... Read More »

Expanding our cloud network for a faster, more reliable experience between Australia and Southeast Asia

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This new addition to the Google submarine network family, combined with investments in the  Indigo, HK-G and SJC subsea cables, will give GCP users access to scalable, diverse capacity on the lowest latency routes via a constellation of cables forming a ring between the key markets of Hong Kong, Australia and Singapore. Our investment in these cables builds on our other APAC cable systems, namely Unity, Faster and PLCN, interconnecting the United States with Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Taken together, these cable investments provide improve... Read More »

Uday Sareen to become CEO ING Direct Australia


Uday Sareen joined ING Vysya Bank in 2007 from Citibank India, where he headed up the Branch Banking business. As ING Vysya’s Head of Retail & Private Banking, Uday managed the retail bank’s turnaround and oversaw a national expansion with the rollout of more than 100 new branches in three years. In November 2012 Uday moved to Germany as ING-DiBa’s Chief Strategy Officer, returning to ING Vysya in April 2014 as Deputy CEO, responsible for Strategy and Wholesale Banking. Following the merger of ING Vysya Bank with Kotak Mahindra Bank in Apri... Read More »

TNT delivers solar car to Australia ahead of World Solar Challenge


TNT shipped the car from Eindhoven to Liege, Belgium, then flew it to Singapore and finally to Melbourne. The vehicle’s lithium batteries travelled by boat. As they were the first of their kind with no ready-made documentation, TNT requested approval from the authorities to ensure customs clearance and smooth import in Australia. The car and batteries arrived within about a week of each other in perfect condition. Stella Lux was built by a team of students from the Netherlands' Eindhoven University of Technology. The wedge-shaped electric ca... Read More »

The world’s love affair with the TV may be coming to an end, Accenture Report finds


The report, developed for communications, media and technology companies, found that video consumption – anytime, anywhere – has become mainstream, accelerating the decline of traditional TV viewing. Viewership for long form video content, such as movies and television on a TV screen, has declined by 13 percent globally over the past year and by 11 percent in the United States. Similarly, the report found sports viewership on TV screens declined by 10 percent globally and nine percent in the United States. Nearly all age brackets reported do... Read More »

Lloyds Banking Group: Over 850,000 Brits move overseas for a new life elsewhere


Australia the most popular destination with 207,000 moving Down Under in the last 5 years Around two-thirds (66%) of British citizens emigrating since 2009 have indicated they intend to live abroad for more than four years Over the past five years emigration from Britain is estimated to have reached 851,0002, according to latest research from Lloyds Bank Private Banking. However this total figure represents a decline of 10% compared to the previous five years when emigration totalled 942,000 in the period 2004 -08. The most recent figure... Read More »

Technip is one of the first five companies to be certified Global Top Employers 2015


The Top Employers Institute, a specialist in the field of international research into HR management and working conditions, has just completed this year’s research into the HR policies and practices of a large number of employers across various countries. The organizations examined were assessed based on several criteria covering all HR aspects, such as talent strategy, learning and development, career management, compensation and benefits, or culture. For the first time since its creation in 1991, the Top Employers Institute launched the globa... Read More »

Tech-Savvy seniors want online options to access care from home, Accenture survey shows


Just as an estimated 3.9 million Americans are reaching 65 years old this year1, an Accenture survey shows there is growing demand among tech-savvy seniors (67 percent) who want to access healthcare services from home, but the majority (66 percent) are worried today’s technology isn’t sufficient to do so. “Just as seniors are turning to digital tools for banking, shopping, entertainment and communications, they also expect to handle certain aspects of their healthcare services online,” said Kaveh Safavi M.D., global managing director of Acce... Read More »

Allianz: Baby, it’s over now: The last US baby boomer turns 50


This is one of the key findings of the current survey of Allianz International Pensions, entitled "Baby, it's over now: The last baby boomer turns 50." Consequently, the ratio of older people over 65 to the working age population aged 15 to 64 will once more clearly shift at the expense of the younger generation. The pension expenditure of the 18 countries examined1 will rise by 29 percent on average when their boomers retire; many Anglo-Saxon countries being on the upper end of this range due to strong generations and long-lasting booms. Th... Read More »

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