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Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Report: Asia-Pacific Personalised Health Index

‘Asia-Pacific Personalised Health Index’ Report by Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)

Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Report ‘Asia-Pacific Personalised Health Index’: Compares key performance indicators for 11 locations in the Asia-Pacific region.

These 11 Asia-Pacific region are- Australia, China, Japan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and New Zealand.

Indicators & Categories:

The ‘Personalised Health Index’ measures performance against 27 different indicators of personalised health across four categories called ‘Vital Signs’.

These four categories include Health Information, Health Services, Personalised Technologies and Policy Context.

About Rank of India:

India has been ranked 10th with a score of 31 out of 11 Asia Pacific countries in a newly-launched Asia-Pacific Personalised health index, to measure the progress towards personalised healthcare.

In health information category, India ranked 10th with a score of 41.

In health services category, India ranked 11th with a score of 24.

In personalised technologies category, India ranked 9th with a score of 30.

In policy context category, India ranked 5th with a score of 48.

Overall Rank of 11 Asia Pacific Countries:

Singapore (1st), Taiwan (2nd), Japan (3rd), Australia (4th), South Korea (5th), New Zealand (6th), Thailand (7th), Malaysia (8th), China (9th), India (10th), Indonesia (11th)

Source: futureproofinghealthcare.com & Other News Reports

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