12 infants die in a day at Indian hospital, opposition alleges negligence
The infants were among 24 deaths recorded that day at the Shankarrao Chavan Government Hospital.
Labour shortage in Johor as ringgit slump pushes more to Singapore, report says
Channel NewsAsia cites challenges in industries such as healthcare and F&B.
Find a long-term solution, medical group says after foreign nurses given green light
The Malaysian Medical Association says throughout the world, wealthier countries have been scouting for talent from developing or poorer countries.
New Zealand's senior doctors to stage first ever strike
The strikes come less than two months out from what is expected to be a close-run government election on Oct 14.
Britain lagging in delivery of new hospitals, watchdog says
The promise of 40 new hospitals in England by 2030 has been criticised as some of the proposals were for renovations of existing hospitals.
Doctors walk out in UK health service's biggest strike
The unprecedented five-day stoppage over pay and staffing is the latest in eight months of industrial action across the NHS, which is already reeling from a vast pandemic backlog.
Indonesian doctors, nurses protest proposed changes to healthcare laws
At least five unions have raised concerns, arguing health workers could be disadvantaged.
More meetings to come between health ministry, contract doctors, says hartal movement
Hartal Doktor Kontrak also asks to be made the 'middle point' between the ministry and government contract doctors.
No doctors on strike in Johor, says exco
Patient care services at health clinics and hospitals, and all scheduled elective procedures, have been running as usual.
Johor health department to act against contract doctors who join strike
Department director Dr Aman Rabu says action will be taken as directed by the health ministry.
Govt to ensure win-win situation, Zahid tells contract doctors amid strike plans
The deputy prime minister says contract doctors should be accorded fair treatment and their welfare protected according to government service procedures and schemes.
Expensive, health minister says on implementing electronic medical record system
Dr Zaliha Mustafa says the budget for this might reach a billion ringgit as it would require the upgrading of hospital infrastructure.