No. 1: MENA region is spot on for private health insurance growth, 2012 and beyond.
No. 2: Malaysia’s healthcare sector is the brightest star in a bright region.
No. 3: Aetna buys India’s IHO. Sorry IHO.
No. 4: Hungary’s debt, and the IMF, bodes poorly for its healthcare sector.
No. 5: Brazil – India pharmaceutical tie-ups are super.
No. 6: Czech health insurance sector to implode, and only the politicians to blame.
No. 7: USA Revenue Cycle Management for hospitals and doctors’ offices to collapse.
No. 8: Russia’s pharmaceutical sector grows short term. Can nationalism of this strategic state asset far behind?
No. 9: India and Religare to lead private health insurance growth.
No. 10: EU crisis drives explosion in cross border healthcare. Poland positioned best.
No. 11: M-Health wins in Africa….for next decade.
No. 12: India’s corporate hospitals will hive off their real-estate, finally. International competitors beware.