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The Healthcare Innovation Summit 2017 brings content-rich presentations, the most exciting case studies and thought-provoking discussions on the next wave of innovation and technology that will impact healthcare delivery in Asia.
Don’t miss the region’s premier gathering of senior healthcare executives, technology experts and innovation thought-leaders happening in May 2017 in Singapore.
The 8th Healthcare Innovation Summit Asia examines the value of cutting edge technology and innovation in improving healthcare provision and the efficiencies to healthcare systems.
Hospital executives by now have heard much on how cloud, big data or mobile apps can improve efficiency. There have been numerous discussions on data collection and data analytics and how these benefit and further empower patients through personalised medicine.
The 8th Healthcare Innovation Summit Asia will also look at the next wave of innovation and explore how buzzwords like medical robots, IoT of medicine and AI in healthcare will dramatically impact healthcare.
HIPAA Journal writes, "In some cases, the new technology now being introduced by healthcare providers was first introduced in other industry sectors many years ago."
It’s time to talk about getting the much needed support from technology while further empowering the doctors, healthcare providers and patients themselves. Providing healthcare is a team effort, find out who and what else can make your team perform faster, cheaper and better.
Who will attend? - Policy Makers
Ministry/Department of Health Ministers and Directors
Public health Director
Care integration directors
Kristo Forus Hendra Djaya, Chief Executive Officer - In-Harmony Clinic
Alvin Ong, Chief Information Officer - Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
Myat Maw Tun, Senior Lecturer, Health Science - Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Fusion of technologies blur lines between physical, digital and medical spheres.
How are healthcare providers negotiating the fine line between efficiency and cost?
Track 1: Digital Health, Big Data and Analytics
Track 2: IOT, Robotics, VR and AI
What Made Telegeriatrics Work?
Dr Laurence Tan, Deputy Programme Director, GeriCare@North, Alexandra Health Systems
Innovations in HealthTech - Robotics, AI, VR and IoT in Health(care)
Dr Adam Chee, Chief Advocacy Officer, binaryHealthcare
Transforming Care Delivery in Radiology
A/Prof Tan Cher Heng, Deputy Clinical Director, Clinical Research and Innovations Office, Tan Tock Seng Hospital; Vice-President, Singapore Radiological Society
Personal Robots to Support Eldercare in Singapore
Li Yinbei, Senior Manager, School of Engineering, Electrical Engineering Division, Ngee Ann Polytechnic
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Digitising Chronic Disease Care
Veronica Chew, Chief Marketing Officer, Jana Care
VR Technology in Medical Training
Desmond Ng, Director, Eon Reality
Data-Driven Business Model Transformation in Healthcare
Dr Milind Sabnis, Director, Transformational health APAC, Frost and Sullivan
Panel Discussion: How is IOT Impacting Elderly Care?
Hareesh Nair, Principal, Quadria Capital
Dr Tan Jit Seng, Founder and Director, Lotus Elderly Care
Dr Shinsuke Muto, Chairperson and Director, Tetsuyu-Kai Medical
Karen Lee, CEO, Home Nursing Foundation
Gillian Tee, Co-Founder, Homage
A look at the Healthcare Innovations that Complement Transformational Strategies in the New Digital Era
Kelly Choo, Founder and CEO, Neeuro
Attila Victor Achenbach, Research Engineer, Augmented Human Lab
Frank Fong, Director, Opsicon
Marcus Lim, CEO, AMD
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A look at the facilities and healthcare technology implementation in Farrer Park Hospital
SOLD OUT - all seats have been taken
Founder & Chief Advocacy Officer
Dr. Adam CHEE is the Founder and Chief Advocacy Officer of binaryHealthCare, a ‘purpose-driven’ (social enterprise) boutique consulting firm offering training, technical and marketing strategy solutions / advisory, specifically addressing the eHealth domains within (but not limited to) the ASEAN region while serving to “Bridge the eHealth Divide” by empowering stakeholders in both developed & LAMI counties on effective, sustainable adoption of Health IT as an enabler for “better patient care at lower cost”.
Bringing 14 years of experience and expertise in strategy & operations, technology & workflow advisory, implementation & adoption of eHealth technologies across Asia Pacific, Adam had a successful career in the IT industry before venturing into Health Informatics in 2002 and he worked broadly across the healthcare ecosystem including the primary care sector, private & public tertiary hospitals, government health agencies and NGOs across the globe. Adam serves on several Technical and Health Informatics committees including
Chair, HL7 Singapore
ExCo Member, AMBIS, Singapore (National body of IMIA)
National Delegation Member (Singapore) to ISO TC215, International
Member, Special Committee (HIS Benchmarking), MOH, Malaysia
Advisor, CPHIMS Technical Committee, HIMSS, USA
A Fellow of Australasia College of Health Informatics (FACHI) and recognized Subject Matter Expert, Adam holds faculty positions at institutes of higher learning in the region, including an Associate Professorship (Health Informatics), has published 2 books, numerous articles and frequently advises & speaks at international conferences.
Chairman – SEA
Continua Health Alliance, Singapore
Francis is Chairman - Southeast Asia Group of Continua, a US based open industry non-profit organization dedicated to establishing a system of interoperable technology standards of connectivity in personal connected health solutions in mHealth and telehealth. In his role, Francis is actively promotes interoperability standards with government regulatory bodies and healthcare stakeholders. He is a frequent speaker in the topics of mHealth. Refer to www.continuaalliance.org/se-asia-working-group
With over twenty five years of senior Southeast Asia regional management expertise in business development, operations and strategy focused in the healthcare and life sciences industry from leading multinationals in Southeast Asia including Fujitsu, S Global/Qualcomm Life, Zuellig, Unilab and Mead Johnson, Francis continues to be passionate about addressing the commercial opportunities in the ever evolving healthcare landscape.
Francis holds an MBA from Asian Institute of Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Ateneo de Manila University.
Laurence is a Palliative Physician in Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore. He is the Deputy Director of GeriCare@north and he believes that all patients deserve equal care regardless of financial abilities.
Health Passion Fund
Sumit is a career investor with a focus on portfolio approach in Angel investing space. He is currently General Partner at Health Passion Fund cofounded by Dr Huzaifa Khorakiwala & looking to invest in innovative healthcare startups in South Asia.
His last assignment was to start a Healthcare Innovations Fund for cofounder-chairman of iGate & also integrate its impact funding. Previously, he was Head of Private Equity at Essel Finance, Vice President at Pramerica BHI (India partner of US$35Bn Pramerica Global Investors- a subsidiary of US$1.1Tn Prudential), Head of Asian Investments for Rhodius Partners (an advisory setup with US$6Bn of transactions track record) in London, and a banker in Dubai & India. Sumit holds a Masters in Finance from London Business School.
Head of Procurement
Health Promotion Board, Singapore
Sebastian has 20+ years of procurement experience within the Indirect Procurement & Project Sourcing domains and held several regional and country positions in Asia Pacific.
He started his procurement career with Agilent Technologies (a spin-off from Hewlett Packard), then moved on to join Microsoft Corporation & Alcatel Lucent as Head of Procurement to transform their procurement organization in Asia Pacific region.
In 2014, Sebastian took on a new challenge to transform the public procurement practices at Health Promotion Board (HPB), a statutory board under the Ministry of Health. He reports to CEO, HPB in his current role as Head of Procurement. His Procurement Paper at HPB "Transformative THINKING. Transformative DOING" was shortlisted for publication at The Journal of Public Procurement (JoPP) in the USA. He was also nominated for numerous awards at the World Procurement Congress in London, ProcureCon EPIC Awards in USA in recognition of his procurement leadership.
Sebastian is an industrial speaker at the National University of Singapore (NUS Business School), The Logistics Institute – Asia Pacific (a collaboration between the NUS and Georgia Institute of Technology) and Nanyang Business School (Nanyang Technological University).
Co-founder and CEO
Gillian Tee is the co-founder and CEO of Homage, a one-stop senior home care solution that combines trained and curated caregivers with smart on-demand technology, allowing seniors to age at home with grace, control and dignity. Homage is currently backed by top venture capital firms 500 Startups, Golden Gate Ventures and SeedPlus. Prior to Homage, she co-founded Rocketrip, a Y-Combinator and Bessemer Ventures-backed startup that's raised more than 18M USD and grew it till profitability. Based in New York City, Rocketrip is the first commercially available platform to save companies money on travel expenses by rewarding employee behavior used by fortune 500 companies around the world. Prior to Rocketrip, Gillian helped manage tech startup investments at an investment firm in New York as well as held various business development, product management and technology leadership positions at Amazon and Accenture. As a Singaporean Native, Gillian studied Computer Science in University of Melbourne and got an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Home Nursing Foundation
Karen graduated with a first class honours degree in Zoology from the National University of Singapore. She never pursued her dream of working with animals, choosing instead to join the Economic Development Board chasing after biomedical investments to be set up in Singapore, and subsequently freelancing as a business consultant. She joined healthcare in 2007, working in clinical operations at the Singapore General Hospital and National University Hospital System. Her last posting before joining the Home Nursing Foundation as CEO in 2014, was to set up the SingHealth Regional Health System Office.
Chief Marketing Officer
Veronica is a healthcare entrepreneur with 15 years of experience in medical technologies and digital health.
Prior to Jana Care, Veronica co-founded Healint in 2013, a digital health startup focusing on neurological conditions. Before moving to Singapore, she was the director of marketing at moksha8, leading new market access in Latin America.
Veronica started her career with GE Healthcare working on bringing affordable innovation into emerging markets. Her work with GE Healthcare is often coined as “reverse innovation” and cited in publications such as Harvard Business Review, BusinessWeek.
She is a mentor at NUS Enterprise Lean LaunchPad, where she guides researcher embarking on the beginning entrepreneurial journey. She also mentors university students at Young Professionals Group and Tech Girls movement.
Veronica has a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from University of Wisconsin, Madison. She earned her MBA degree from INSEAD. A native Malaysian, she has lived and worked in the US, Canada, China, India, France, Brazil, Mexico, Germany and now in Singapore.
Deputy Director, Medical Innovation & Care Transformation (MICT)
KK Women’s & Children’s Hospital
Dr Dirk de Korne is currently the Deputy Director, Medical Innovation & Care Transformation at KK Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Singapore. He also holds a position as Adjunct Assistant Professor at Duke-NUS Medical School Singapore and Institute of Health Policy and Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands. Since 2003, he has focused on quality improvement and organizational strategy in hospital care. His implementation, research, and teaching work focusses on understanding the diffusion of quality and patient safety innovations and include business process and systems design, human factors & ergonomics, and performance benchmarking. He holds a MSc in Health Policy & Management from Erasmus University Rotterdam and a PhD in Public Health from University of Amsterdam.
Dr Tan is widely involved in both public and private sector of home eldercare services.
Dr Tan has worked with a number of healthcare institutions including TTSH Emergency service, AH Surgical service, Yishun Polyclinic, Ren Ci Home and Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital. In 2012, he was invited to help out with the new transitional care service in KTPH and supported the programme in its various forms for 5 years, until its restructuring in Feb 2017.
Dr Tan graduated from National University of Singapore. He is a current member of International Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (IAHSA). He is also an accredited assessor for FDWG, IDAPE, Eldershield, InterRAI and for Mental Capacity Act to do Lasting Power of Attorney.
Vice President for Research Strategy
National University of Singapore
Professor Seeram Ramakrishna, FREng, FBSE is the Vice President (Research Strategy) and Director of Center for Nanofibers & Nanotechnology at the National University of Singapore (NUS). He is well known for his pioneering work on nanotechnology in regenerative medicine, tissue engineering, drug delivery, stem cells and ex-vivo tissue models. He is a Highly Cited Researcher in Materials Science. Thomson Reuters recognized him among the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds. He co-authored ~ 1,000 journal papers and five books with ~65,000 citations and ~120 H-index. He is a Fellow of UK Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng); International Union of Biomaterials Science and Engineering (FBSE); and American Institute for Medical & Biological Engineering (AIMBE). He authored a book Medical Devices: Standards, Regulations and Practices. He is an Editor of Current Opinion in Biomedical Engineering.
Senior Manager, School of Engineering, Electrical Engineering Division
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Mr Li Yinbei is a senior manager at Electrical Engineering Division of Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore, where he focuses on developing technology solutions for healthcare and eldercare applications. Since 2014, Yinbei has been working as principal investigators on various funded projects, in collaboration with government agencies, hospitals and voluntary welfare organizations. Before joining Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Yinbei worked as a research engineer at National University of Singapore. Yinbei holds a M.Sc in Intellectual Property Management and a B.Eng in Electrical Engineering from National University of Singapore.
Quadria Capital, Singapore
Hareesh Nair is a healthcare investment professional based in Singapore with Quadria Capital, a leading healthcare-only Asian private equity firm, leading the investment team in SE Asia. Prior to Quadria, Hareesh was a senior member of Medtronic’s business development and strategy team, launching the group in Singapore in 2010 and serving prior as a Principal of the Minneapolis based corporate development group where he completed 10 significant minority investments and acquisitions encompassing over $500M in stock, asset, and debt purchases. Hareesh has also worked at Gilead Sciences, supporting the sales launch strategy for Ranexa, and at Becton Dickinson in various operations & engineering leadership roles.
Hareesh also currently serves as an Advisory Board Member for Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART) within the Life Science Committee. Hareesh completed an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania as a Health Care Management major and H.O. West Fellow. Hareesh completed his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Chairman of the Research Committee
Tan Tock Seng Hospital
Adjunct Assistant Prof Tan Cher Heng specializes in oncologic imaging. He graduated from NUS and completed Diagnostic Radiology training with a clinical fellowship at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine in Singapore and of the Royal College of Radiologists, UK.
He is currently Deputy Clinical Director, Clinical Research and Innovations Office and Chairman of the Research Committee in TTSH as well as co-chair of the National Healthcare Group Clinical Innovation Committee. He serves as the Vice-President of the Singapore Radiological Society and Councillor-at-Large in the Asian Society of Abdominal Radiology.
Co-Founder and Medical Director
Tetsuyu Home Care
A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, the University of Tokyo in 1996, he received his Ph.D. from the Graduate School of Medicine, the University of Tokyo in 2002, MBA from the Graduate School of Finance, Waseda University in 2009, and Executive MBA from INSEAD in 2014.
After gaining clinical experience in cardiovascular medicine and emergency medicine at the University of Tokyo Hospital and the Mitsui Memorial Hospital, he served the Imperial Household as a court physician. Prior to founding You Home Clinic in 2010 (now Tetsuyu Healthcare Holdings since 2011), he worked for McKinsey & Company.
His more recent activities include establishment of You Home Clinic Ishinomaki and the Health and Life Revival Council in Ishinomaki district that provide medical and life support to the community after the Great Tohoku Earthquake. He also led the ICT Project for home healthcare information exchange in collaboration with the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications and expanded his field of activities overseas and established Tetsuyu Healthcare Holdings in Singapore in 2015.
He is a clinical professor of the Faculty of Medicine, the Tokyo Medical and Dental University and the information policy advisor to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.
Chief Data Scientist
Dr. Lawrence Wee is a healthcare innovator and data scientist. He founded the healthcare and biomedical analytics laboratory at the Institute of Infocomm Research (I2R), and served as principal investigator for research initiatives encompassing genomics, precision medicine, digital health and health services. He is currently the Chief Data Scientist at Zuellig Pharma. He was previously President of the Association for Medical and Bio-informatics Singapore (AMBIS), and received his Ph.D. in Computational Biology from the National University of Singapore.
Head Corporate Communication
Farrer Park Hospital
With over 10 years experience in Corporate Communication, Whei Chern heads the Farrer Park Hospital Communications team since October 2015.
A graduate of the National University of Singapore Business School, Whei Chern has built her career across industries ranging from nonprofit organisation, public as well as private healthcare groups, and lead teams in the areas of Communications, Community Engagement and Public Affairs.
Chief Operating Officer
Tagaytay Medical Center
Richard was previously Head of Operations of Fe Del Mundo Medical Center. Prior to that, he was General Manager of BIMC Hospital in Nusa Dua, Indonesia.
He was part-time lecturer in the Graduate School of St. Jude College and the College of Public Health Masteral in Hospital Administration program of the University of the Philippines. Richard received Masters in Business Administration from the De La Salle University and Masters in Hospital Administration at the University of the Philippines where he graduated class valedictorian.
Director, Business Development
EON Reality, Singapore & APAC
Desmond is responsible for the company’s business development, focused on 3D virtual
reality in sectors including the government, educational, architecture and medical.
He anchored a signi㌴ㄱicant relationship with Accenture, by deploying VR training
concepts for Rio Tinto mining workers, and VR shopping concepts for Procter & Gamble.
He was also an InnovPlus winner for Workforce Development Authority, for Safety
Training using virtual reality.
Other portfolios include Singapore Tourism Board, Ascott Residences, Building &
Construction Authority of Singapore, and 313 Somerset.
Prior, Desmond was the Head of Product in Magellan, Sydney, project managing over 12
variants of GPS‐enabled products, ranging from vehicle navigation, GIS, to sports
In 2010, as the Head of e‐Publishing, Media Development Authority of Singapore,
Desmond formed a consortium to develop an open digital publishing platform to build
an ecosystem of digital assets, for education in Japan, China and London.
Desmond is also Chairman of AR VR Special Interest Group, under the Singapore
He holds a dual Masters in Human Factors Engineering from Linköping Institute of
Technology, Sweden and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
As part of the innovation team that invented the world’s first Baby Sleep Monitor in 2010, Frank’s reputation is synonymous with excellence in marketing, business and product development in the IT and electronics industry. At Ospicon Systems, Frank is in charge of strategic marketing and business development program, reinforcing Ospicon Systems position as market leaders.
Frank held various marketing, business and product development lead roles with various companies engage in digital video surveillance device & solution systems development, embedded device design, wireless device development and IT distributions.
Frank has over 39 years of experience in the electronics and IT industry and has a Master of Business Administration from Curtin University of Technology, Australia
Co-founder & Chief Marketing Officer
Kelly currently is Co-founder & Chief Marketing Officer of Neeuro, an innovative neuro-technology and gamification company that helps empower people with a healthier mind and happier life. His passion is to create positive impact on people’s lives through the usage of technology to solve problems. He was previously Co-founder and General Manager of Brandtology, a leading Social Media Intelligence company that was acquired by Isentia and then listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX). He was recognized as the Singapore Computer Society’s Young IT
Professional of the Year in 2012 with other accolades like outstanding alumni by his alma maters.
Research Engineer, Augmented Human Lab
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Attila is a research engineer at the Augmented Human Lab at Singapore University of Technology and Design. There, he is primarily responsible for 3d modelling and rapid prototyping for a variety of projects in the field of human computer interaction, with a special focus on enabling interfaces for people with different abilities. He is moreover especially interested in exploring methods as well as developing interactive systems for supporting physical rehabilitation patients do their exercises and recover faster.
Marcus started as an application engineer with ST Mobile Data, developing GPS-tracking systems for Singapore police force, taxi companies and telemetry systems for utility companies. He then became QA Manager at Uraco Holdings, for robotics products and electronic ballasts.
At IPC (previously Singapore’s biggest IT company) he managed their Asia Pacific subsidiaries. Thereafter, as Director of Worldwide Operations (Funai Electric, listed in Japan), he managed worldwide operations and JVs and introduced the world's first network computer together with Oracle in 1998. He later co-founded several technology companies in Singapore & Thailand, one of which became Motorola’s exclusive master distributor in Asia Pacific for the Canopy wireless broadband products.
Marcus has an MBA from the University of New South Wales, enjoys sports and loves reading.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Asia is a leader in print and enterprise content management focusing on optimisation, productivity and information sharing via its broad range of office and production printing solutions and services. Backed by strong service standards and proficient support staff, Konica Minolta has won numerous awards and recognition, including placement in the Leaders Quadrant on the Gartner 2014 Magic Quadrant for Managed Print Services (MPS) and Managed Content Services (MCS). Konica Minolta, Inc. has also been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for four years in a row. For more information, please visit: http://www.konicaminolta.sg/business/.
ALC Technologies is a one-stop auto-ID distributor of Barcode Scanner, Barcode Printer, Mobile Computers, ID Card Printers Solutions, Magnetic and Smart Card, Card Access, Time Attendance Recorder, Bio-metric Access, and consumable products.
We also provide solution for Label Design Software, Card Design Software, Office Automation, Industrial Automation, Warehouse Automation, Point of Sales, and Healthcare Solution. This includes entry-level system to complex networking system involving experience and qualified IT personnel.
We also do provide installation, service maintenance contract, on-site training, and phone support services for all systems sold or installed by ALC.
Businesses need to be available to their customers, 24/7/365. Zerto provides Resilience for Evolving IT™ by ensuring enterprises and their customers always have access to business-critical applications without any IT interruption, downtime or delay. Zerto’s award-winning Cloud Continuity Platform is the simplest, most reliable BC/DR software solution built to protect applications on any virtualized IT environment -- be it public, private or hybrid cloud. Zerto’s proactive approach to recovery gives companies the confidence they need to withstand any disaster, easily incorporate new technology, and quickly adapt to accommodate evolving IT and business priorities.
BinaryHealthCare serves to “Bridge the eHealth Divide” (in both LAMIC and Developed Countries) by enabling sustainable innovation in patient-centered care through stakeholders empowerment to achieve context-effective adoption of Digital Health as an enabler.
BinaryHealthCare is the social enterprise arm of BNHC, a ‘purpose-driven’ consulting firm offering training, technical and market strategy, solutions and advisory services, specifically addressing the eHealth domains within (but not limited to) the ASEAN, North Asia and Middle East region.
The Personal Connected Health Alliance (PCHAlliance) aims to make health and wellness an effortless part of daily life. The PCHAlliance, a non-profit organization formed by HIMSS, believes that health is personal and extends beyond healthcare. The PCHAlliance mobilizes a coalition of stakeholders to realize the full potential of personal connected health. PCHAlliance members are a vibrant ecosystem of technology and life sciences industry icons and innovative, early stage companies along with governments, academic institutions, and associations from around the world.
To support its vision, the PCHAlliance convenes the global personal connected health community at the annual Connected Health Conference, the premier international event for the exchange of research, evidence, ideas, innovations and opportunities in personal connected health.
The PCHAlliance publishes and promotes the global adoption of the Continua Design Guidelines, an open framework for user-friendly, interoperable health data exchange in personal connected health. The Continua Design Guidelines are recognized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), an agency of the United Nations, as the international standard for safe, secure, and reliable exchange of data to and from personal health devices.
The PCHAlliance accelerates technical, business, policy and social strategies necessary to advance personal connected health through its flagship key initiatives, including the Academy for Healthy Longevity, to promote lifelong health and wellness.
For more information, please contact: Francis Puno, Chairman – Southeast Asia at email@example.com
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