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Nurses can now serve foreign patients via the Internet

By Ma. Elisa P. Osorio (The Philippine Star) September 10, 2009 MANILA, Philippines Nurses who cannot be employed overseas due to lack of working visas can now serve foreign patients through the world’s first borderless healthcare knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) here in
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Filipino nurses now have an employment alternative

www.pinoybusiness.org September 9th, 2009 You’ve heard of BPO or business process outsourcing, now be ready to hear a new buzzword in the industry which is KPO or knowledge process outsourcing. KPO is actually just another form of BPO except that all
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RP chosen for new healthcare KPO hub

MANILA – First, there was business process outsourcing for college students. Now, Filipino nursing graduates who are looking for work and a chance to increase their skills further can do so by joining the knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) arm of Life-Stage
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Health care firm offers jobs to ‘surplus’ nurses

www.pinoybusiness.org September 9th, 2009 You’ve heard of BPO or business process outsourcing, now be ready to hear a new buzzword in the industry which is KPO or knowledge process outsourcing. KPO is actually just another form of BPO except that all
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Aussie Tourism Should Tap Into Medical Market

Cairns September 4, 2009 Australia should capitalize on the multi-billion dollar South-East Asian and American health tourism markets and open up the country to a new, big-spending type of traveler, a conference has been told. Thursday’s Australian Export Council’s (ATEC) conference
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Cairns Doctors Attract Tourists

© The Cairns Post September 4, 2009 AUSTRALIA will become the largest source of medical second opinions in the Asia-Pacific region, a conference in Cairns heard yesterday. The message came from Dr Wei Siang Yu, founder of the Fly Free for
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Top Gold Coast Hotel Room Rates Slashed

Prices for accommodation at some of the Gold Coast’s nicest hotels have been slashed to as low as $85 a night in a bid to attract domestic tourists. The promotion, called the ‘Get Some Gold Coast Sun Sale’ is being run