Converged Medical

Asian healthcare skews toward convenience with health hybrids

Implications - Metropolitan cities in Asia are among the most fast-paced in the world, calling for more convergence, space-saving and hyper-convenience than most. Hybrid health services are emerging as a result. As the pace in cities around the world quickens by way of digitization, the need for similar convergence will increase.
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