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Accenture and Philips announce proof of concept app to show how ALS patients could gain greater control of their lives through brain, voice and eye commands

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A chance for IT graduates to be a health informatics pioneer! Cyberport launched eHealth Record (eHR) Internship Programme 2014

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Advanced First Aid Research appoints Allen Loh as Chief Executive Officer

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Sounding siren for ambulance officers

With Hong Kong's population ageing and awareness of health-care issues increasing, demand for public medical services has never been higher, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

PR boss expands her Mind

Most people who build a successful business from the ground up and sell it to their industry’s biggest international player for a tidy sum of cash would probably call it a day and retire to some tropical island, sipping cocktails and enjoying beautiful sunsets until the end of time, writes Raymond Ma. ...

Living on the edge

Asia Financial scion Bernard Chan focuses on what he’s good at, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

Firms keep tight rein on pay

In predicting employment trends and prospects, HR professionals and employees know that forecast salary levels for the year ahead tell them more than GDP figures, trade statistics and economic data ever can, writes John Cremer. ...

British drugmaker settles age-discrimination suit

British-owned Shire, the world’s biggest maker of pills for attention deficit disorder, settles age discrimination and wrongful discharge lawsuit filed by US-based Jeffrey Jonas ...

Managing in health care

One of Hong Kong’s newest learning institutions, Tung Wah College aims to supply the manpower needs of the city’s health-care sector. Michel Taylor talks to its president, Thomas Wong, about the college’s past and future ...