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KPJ upbeat on data technology

KUALA LUMPUR: Aside from improving medical services, KPJ Healthcare Bhd estimates its nationwide cloud infrastructure for managing patients’ data will lead to a savings of 30% to 40% in hardware costs over the next five years.

Stop digital-nannying

Positive Parenting has launched a nationwide pledge to encourage more families to reconnect and find fun ways to spend quality family time together prompt parents by switching off gadgets such as TVs, game consoles, smartphones and computers for an hour a day.

KPJ rolls out cloud system to manage patient medical data

KUALA LUMPUR: KPJ Healthcare Bhd is investing RM17mil over the next three years for the implementation of a cloud system to link patient data across its network of 25 local hospitals.

Rising interest in Faber after RM1.15bil deal

KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of healthcare asset & facility management (AFM) provider Faber Group rose to a high of RM2.90 as investors were positive about its RM1.15bil corporate exercise.

Public Invest Research upgrades Faber to Outperform

KUALA LUMPUR: Public Invest Research has upgraded Faber Group to an Outperform with an adjusted target price of RM3.15 as it include Opus Group and Projek Penyelenggaraan Lebuhraya (Propel).

Tenaga, Sime Darby weigh on KLCI

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's FBM KLCI fell in early Monday trade, slipping below the key 1,850 level on mild selling of heavyweight Tenaga and Sime Darby, which was in line with the lacklustre key Asian markets.

Diet and DNA: The mysterious link between genes and eating habits

The field of nutrigenomics may reveal the answers to the mysterious link between our genes and our eating habits.

Palliative care: Care that comforts

Palliative care is not just for the old or cancer patients, but also for those with life-limiting illnesses to improve their quality of life.

Talk to your doctor to better understand your health issues

Managing health is a shared responsibility between doctor and patient.

Policyholders to pay more for coverage

Insurance companies have increased their charges and premiums by up to 20%. But they are having a tough time explaining to angry policyholders that the increase is due to the higher claims they have to pay from rising medical costs. Fomca, meanwhile, says they should not hold consumers to ransom because health coverage is a necessity.