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Empowering Patients and Caregivers through Optimal and Cost Effective Technology Integration
"We are studying the scope and opportunities for IT and other digital tools to enable the delivery of better and seamless care across the care continuum, as well as targeted interventions for improved healthcare outcomes for our citizens."
- S. Iswaran, Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry), Singapore
According to the Department of Statistics Singapore, the number of citizens above 65 years old is expected to triple to 900,000 by 2030 with the median age rising to 47, bringing significant challenges to all the stakeholders in delivering healthcare. It is acknowledged that the most effective way to address these challenges is to improve research and integration of ICT and medical technologies.
Healthcare masterplans from Singapore and other regional governments have highlighted the criticality of integrating cost effective innovations to improve the efficiency and affordability of care delivery, in optimizing resources and in enhancing patient experience.
The declared goal through the Healthcare 2020 policy is to accelerate this transformation through ICT-enabled delivery systems, achieve integrated and quality care, improve cost-efficiency, enable the public to manage their health, and to enhance clinical and health services research.
Questex Asia’s Healthcare Innovation Summit Asia will bring together 250+ senior stakeholders from regulators, policy makers, healthcare institutions, practitioners and technology providers within two major conferences – to discuss the recent trends, investments in technology integration and about overcoming the challenges for healthcare stakeholders in integrating new innovations.
Who Should Attend
|Medical Director||Director of Projects|
|Head of IT||Chief Medical Officer|
|Chief Primary Healthcare Services Officer||Director of Strategic Planning|
|Director of Nursing||Director of Innovation Mgmt|
|Director of Patient Experience Development||Chief Operations Officer|
|Director of Medical Informatics||Director of Quality Mgmt|
|Chief Executive Officer||President of Innovation|
|Director of Operations||Chief Information Officer|
|Chief Medical Informations Officer||Chief Scientific Officer|
Why Attend Healthcare Innovation Summit Asia?
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
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Pre-operative diagnostics and virtual planning: How does it impact patient care?
Re-Defining Healthcare for the Future: Application of Robotics
Dr Thomas Abraham is the CEO of SATA CommHealth. He is a member of the Singapore Pharmacy Council and also a member of the National University Health System - Regional Health System Advisory Council.
Dr Abraham started his career as a pharmacist in the civil service. During his tenure in the public sector, he worked at several hospitals and was also awarded a WHO Fellowship to pursue training at the University of Maryland in Baltimore (USA) on Communication and Information Services. In 1990, he joined the Parkway Group as a Pharmacy Manager at the Parkway East Hospital. Within a few years he was given the opportunity to move onto the hospital management track. Later in 1996, he moved to Mount Elizabeth Hospital as Assistant Vice President and remained there till 2007. In 2008 he joined the then newly set up Parkway College as Director of Allied Health programmes. After working almost 19 years with the Parkway Group, he joined SATA CommHealth as CEO in 2009. Over the years, he has acquired much experience and knowledge in pharmacy, general management, hospital and primary healthcare management and also in the education field.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy from the National University of Singapore. He has a MBA with a specialisation in Health Services Management from the University of Dallas in Texas (USA). He obtained his PhD from the University of South Australia in Business and Management.
Head – Business & Operations Development
Meagan Winthrop is the Director of Business Development for Jaga-Me (www.jaga.sg), a Singapore-based, digital healthcare platform which bridges a patient's transition from hospital to home, by making professional healthcare services, medical equipment and information available to patients and their families. Meagan is responsible for developing strategic partnerships with hospitals, physician groups, and government entities, in aim of expanding community-based healthcare services.
Prior to joining Jaga-Me, Meagan had over 10 years of Operations and Development experience, with the largest privately held Hospice & Palliative Care provider in the U.S.
Meagan’s responsibilities included negotiating, building, and implementing Palliative medicine programs and hospice inpatient units in some of the largest U.S. hospital systems.
Meagan earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Microbiology from Miami University, U.S.A.
Co-Director and Thrust Lead for Bioprinting, Centre for Additive Manufacturing
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
Associate Professor Wilson Wang is Head of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS), and also Head of Department and Head of Division of Hip and Knee Surgery at National University Hospital (NUH), Singapore. He specializes in a wide range of hip and knee treatments and operations, including primary, revision and complex total joint replacement surgery of the knee and hip; other lower limb joint reconstructive operations (e.g. osteotomies); arthroscopic surgery for hip and knee including labral repairs, ligament reconstructions, meniscal repairs and cartilage and scaffold reconstructions; and complex and advanced joint surgery such as meniscal transplants, partial knee replacements and 3D / robotic guided surgery.
Assoc Prof Wang completed his medical degree with distinctions and multiple awards at University College London (UCL), UK, and was awarded the Girdlestone Scholarship by the University of Oxford for his Doctor of Philosophy (D.Phil) degree. His specialty training in knee and hip surgery was at the internationally-recognised Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford, UK. In addition to his clinical work, he leads a prize-winning programme in orthopaedic research, with special interest in hip and knee reconstruction, implants, tissue regeneration, and 3D printing in medical technology. He heads the NUHS Orthopaedic Department research platform in Functional Ageing of the Musculoskeletal System, and he is Co-Director of the NUS 3D Printing Centre and Lead in Bio-Printing in NUS. He is also currently the Programme Lead for Surgical Services in the NUHS Alexandra Campus Development Team.
He is the current Chairman of the Hip Section of Asia Pacific Orthopaedic Association (APOA) and of the Asia Pacific Hip Society (APHS). He was President of the Singapore Orthopaedic Association from 2012-2013, and currently serves as Singapore Representative of the ASEAN Arthroplasty Association and also as Editor-in-Chief of the scientific journal Science Insights Medicine, and Guest Editor of the Journal Of Functional Biomaterials.
CENTRE FOR HEALTHCARE SIMULATION (CHS)
Prof Suresh is currently the Director, Centre for Healthcare Simulation at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (YLL SoM), National University of Singapore, the largest medical school in Singapore as well as the top medical school in Asia for 2017. He has been credited with the introduction and integration of simulation into the medical undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum and has designed extremely popular, well-received & highly rated intensive boot-camp simulation training programmes for graduating medical students. He has also been instrumental in developing simulation-based training programs that have been weaved into the mainstream curriculum, enhancing clinical education by correlating didactic teaching with experiential learning. He was recently awarded a grant to develop Virtual Reality Simulation Modules in Healthcare Education at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore. He has since introduced innovative virtual reality simulation modules into the medical undergraduate curriculum, primarily in Anatomy and Clinical Pathophysiology, to augment medical education, a world’s first. He has an on-going passion to pursue and constantly develop and integrate innovative educational pedagogies to enhance clinical medical education.
With regards to simulation faculty development and training, he served recently as Co-Chair for the 3rd Asia Pacific Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (APMSH Meeting) in Singapore in Nov 2016. He is a highly sought after speaker on simulation education and simulation faculty development and has conducted courses and plenaries around the world. He is also the current and 2-term President of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, Singapore.
His clinical appointments include being a Senior Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the Emergency Medicine Department, National University Hospital (NUH), Singapore for which he has completed a Fellowship in Accident & Emergency Medicine & Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh as well as a Fellowship in Medical Toxicology from the Poison Control Centre, University of California, San Francisco.
As education faculty, he is an Examiner & Core Faculty in the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at NUH and also serves as a trainer and Examiner during the Emergency Medicine Master of Medicine/Member, College of Emergency Medicine (MMed/MCEM) examinations as well as the Emergency Medicine Exit Examinations for trainee specialists.
For his educational endeavours, he has garnered numerous Teaching Awards over the years. Since 2007, he has received annually the Dean's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, the Medical Society Teacher's Day Award, Top Ten Tutors & Role Models at YLL SoM, the prestigious Faculty Teaching Excellence Award 2015 & Annual Teaching Excellence Award 2015.
He is also Director of the Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) Program in the National University Health System as well as an ACLS, ATLS & PALS instructor respectively. He is also a Lecturer & Trainer in the HazMat Medical Life Support Course conducted by the Ministry of Health, Singapore. He has co-authored several chapters in "Guide to Essentials in Medicine" (McGraw Hill Publishers) and authored a chapter on “Bioterrorism” in “Hazmat Medical Life Support, A Basic Provider Manual” (World Scientific Publishers).
He has also been appointed a Project Consultant in Emergency Preparation & Readiness Division at the Ministry of Health, Singapore and has developed national medical response plans for radiation emergencies for all Public Health Institutions. He was also appointed Chairman, Medical Services Subcommittee at the APEC Meetings, Singapore (2008-2009) served as Deputy Chairman, Medical Services Subcommittee, 1st Youth Olympic Games, Singapore (2010) as well as undertaken the role of Chief Medical Officer at the 28th South East Asian Games & 8th ASEAN Paralympic Games, Singapore (2015).
Over the years, he has also been actively involved in disaster response at hospital, national & international levels. He has spearheaded national humanitarian medical relief missions to Indonesia & Sri Lanka (2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami), Pakistan (Earthquake of 2005) and Nepal (Earthquake of 2015). For his humanitarian efforts he was conferred the prestigious National Day Award, 2005 for humanitarian relief efforts by the President of Singapore.
Open Innovation Specialist
Shwetank Verma is an entrepreneur and investor. He is the co-founder of Leo Capital, an early stage investor in fintech, digital health and insurtech. Previously, he led open innovation at MetLife Asia. Prior to MetLife, he co-founded MyHealthMate, a primary care system in India.
He speaks internationally on open innovation, digital health and insurtech.
Shwetank is a qualified chartered accountant (UK). He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Nottingham, where he was a Foreign and Commonwealth Office scholar.
Managing Director & CEO
Gaurav Rekhi has been in the healthcare industry for 19 years and is currently the Managing Director & CEO of Manipal Hospitals, Malaysia.
Specialising in strategic planning and healthcare operations management, Gaurav led the team in the successful commissioning of the new 220-bed Manipal Hospitals Klang and the critical move and transition from the old 70-bed hospital to the new hospital – all within 24 hours with no disruption to the services.
In helming operations in Malaysia, he will be spearheading regional expansion for Manipal Healthcare through greenfield and brownfield investments in Malaysia and ASEAN countries.
Gaurav joined the Manipal Healthcare Group in 2014 as GM Operations - Tamilnadu, Goa & Andhra in which he was responsible for the operations of five hospitals, which turned around to positive financial health through new and strengthened medical programmes. In April 2015, he was assigned as the Regional Head with additional responsibility of covering Rajasthan (Jaipur). In his stint so far, he has been able to turnaround all hospitals.
He started his career in the healthcare industry as a management trainee in Gokuldas Hospital in Indore in 1999 and moved up the ranks to become administrator in KHN Memorial Hospital & Research Institute of Medical Sciences in Jammu and later, in the post graduate teaching hospital of Acharya Shri Chandar College of Medical Science & Hospital.
After a stint as Senior Administrator in Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre in New Delhi, he became Head of Patient Care Services in FORTIS Escorts Hospital in Jaipur and later, in Noida. Following that, he joined Nova Medical Centers in Kailash Colony, New Delhi and subsequently, Max Super Specialty Hospital in Dehradun, as General Manager - Operations.
Co-Founder & Director
TETSUYU HEALTHCARE HOLDINGS/ TETSUYU HOME CARE
Li Lian is the Co-founder and Director of Tetsuyu Healthcare Holdings (THH), a Singapore start- up she founded with Japanese Cardiologist and Home Care Expert Prof shinsuke Muto in 2015. Building on Prof Muto’s success in leveraging ICT for quality home care, Li Lian and her team at THH are pushing the boundaries on eldercare technologies with robotics and other applications. The THH team was honoured with the HIMMS Asia Pacific Excellence in Start-up Innovation Award 2017. THH also made it to the list of Top 25 Healthcare Technology Solution Providers APC CIO Outlook Magazine in 2017.
Li Lian concurrently runs the home care operations Tetsuyu Home Care with a team of locally registered clinicians serving private paying patients adapting the care model from Japan and leveraging technology for quality care.
Before her journey as an entrepreneur, Li Lian was a senior banking professional having held strategic and marketing positions in various banks over a span of 17 years.
Li Lian has degrees in Accountancy and Law and holds an Executive MBA from INSEAD
Chief Operating Officer
OUE LIPPO HEALTHCARE
Dr Louis Tan is currently the Chief Operating Officer of OUE Lippo Healthcare, a Pan-Asian healthcare operator and asset management company.
A medical doctor by training, he was previously Chief Operating Officer of Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, the 333 bed flagship hospital of Parkway Pantai.
Prior to joining Parkway, he worked in New York with McKinsey & Company as a strategy consultant and was also a Public Health Specialist trainee and Assistant Director at the Singapore Ministry of Health.
Former Vice President and CIO
CARDINAL SANTOS MEDICAL CENTER
Experienced Chief Information Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry for more than 12 years. With experience in the set up of a medical robotics system for minimally-invasive and arthroscopic surgery training center and operating theatre; with experience in the set up of a medical telepresence kiosk for remote urgent care; with experience in the Proof-of-Concept evaluation of the Watson for Oncology system for a hospital in the Philippines. Skilled in Business Process, Strategic Planning, Business Process Improvement, IT Strategy, and Data Analytics. Strong professional with a Engineer's degree focused in Industrial Engineering from University of the Philippines.
Director Medical Affairs
PHILIP MORRIS INTERNATIONAL
Patrick Picavet MD Director Medical Affairs at Philip Morris International. Patrick is leading the group that defines the clinical assessment strategy, scientifically oversees and conducts clinical research to scientifically substantiate the risk reduction potential of our candidate Reduced-Risk Products. Patrick is a Medical Doctor and his experience ranges from practicing medicine in an emergency room setting to working for various industries with in depth experience in Clinical Research and Development, Scientific Assessment Strategies and General Management.
FROST & SULLIVAN
Dr Milind Sabnis is the Director of the Healthcare Practice at Frost & Sullivan, Asia Pacific and is based in Singapore.
Milind has over a decade of consulting experience engaging global clients in the US, the UK and Asia Pacific. He specializes in strategy consulting, M&As, and public-private partnerships. He has advised top pharmaceutical/biotech companies, hospital groups, and ministries on market entry strategies, product lifecycle management, and marketing strategies that have positively impacted these organizations. While with the World Health Organization, he developed and successfully implemented various strategies to stop Polio transmission in one of the 3 high risk regions in the world.
He has spoken at and chaired multiple industry conferences and has been quoted in multiple industry magazines and journals. He has also been interviewed by various media, including BBC’s Asian Business Report.
He holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, a Doctor of Medicine specialising in Preventive Medicine from the University of Mumbai and a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Mumbai.
Ms Julia Yong is the marketing specialist at Materialise where she oversees all marketing initiatives in the healthcare industry for the Asia Pacific region including India and South Korea. Materialise’s mission is to innovate for a better and healthier world through its software and hardware infrastructure and in-depth knowledge of 3D Printing. She has successfully implemented and facilitated key projects in driving 3D printing technologies in the region for the hospital, academia and commercial market.
Head of Digital Dentistry Programme, Co-Head of Dentofacial Deformity Programme Senior Consultant, Orthodontics
NATIONAL DENTAL CENTRE SINGAPORE
Cl A/Prof Chew Ming Tak is a Senior Consultant in the Department of Orthodontics at the National Dental Centre Singapore (NDCS). He obtained his Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 1993. He then went on to specialize in the field of Orthodontics, obtaining his Membership in Orthodontics with the Edinburgh Royal College of Surgeons and Master of Dental Surgery from NUS in 1998. He obtained his PhD degree in 2007 for his research work on orthognathic surgery. He was Head of the Orthodontic Department from 2005 to 2014. Currently, he heads the Digital Dentistry Programme in NDCS where he is tasked to champion the digital transformation of care delivery in NDCS.
Deputy Director, Deputy Director, Medical Innovation & Care Transformation (MICT)
KKH WOMEN AND CHILDREN 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.
Chief Information Officer
FARRER PARK HOSPITAL
With over 20 years in senior management positions helming technology, Mr James Woo brings with him extensive experience, particularly, in healthcare Information Technology (IT). His previous roles as Deputy Chief Information Officer of MOH Holdings Pte Ltd as well as Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the National Healthcare Group enables him intimate insights to the challenges and the possibilities with Healthcare systems.
James has been instrumental in pushing benchmarks and raising standards of technology. In his role at Starhub Ltd, he led the Information System division to develop applications that won awards from ZDNet, Billing World, CIO Magazine, MIS Asia IT, Intelligent20 and Symantec. At Farrer Park Hospital, his IT blue print has enabled FPH to be consistently recognized as a leading SMART Hospital, winning multiple awards at Asian Hospital Management Awards, Enterprise Innovators Award as well as Global Health and Travel Award.
A recognized industry leader, James sits on the Board of TechSkills Accelerator (TeSA) - Healthcare Sector, an initiative driven by Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) of Singapore. He is an active advisor and is passionate on sharing his knowledge and expertise
Global Lead - HPC & AI (Life Sciences)
LENOVO DATA CENTER GROUP
Phong Le is currently the Global Lead for HPC & AI in Life Sciences at Lenovo, focusing on Life Sciences research and how High Performance Computing & Artificial Intelligence are enabling genomic workflow acceleration and precision medicine. Previously, Phong was the Director of HPC for Bioinformatics Solutions at SGI (acquired by Hewlett-Packard Enterprise) and the Global Lead for Life Sciences Solutions at HP. Prior to joining HP, Phong held positions at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and he co-founded and was Director of the North Texas Enterprise Center for Medical Technology (NTEC). Phong has spent his career working with start-up ventures from the development of a concept or idea, to securing funding, to a company’s exit. He is a proven strategist and visionary entrepreneur with over 20 years of hands-on experience in developing markets for ground breaking technologies, building interdisciplinary teams, securing strategic alliances, raising venture and private equity funding, and transforming conceptual start-ups into fully functional enterprises. Phong received a BBA in Business Management and a Master of Science in Technology Commercialization from the University of Texas at Austin.
Chief Informatics Medical Officer and Clinical Director of Innovation
WOODLANDS HEALTH CAMPUS
Dr Stephen Chan is Chief Informatics Medical Officer and Clinical Director of Innovation at Woodlands Health Campus. He is particularly interested in Artificial Intelligence in the Health and Healthcare space, as well as Behavioural Intelligence.
PERSONAL CONNECTED HEALTH ALLIANCE SOUTHEAST ASIA
Dr Ling is a veteran of healthcare investing in Asia with over 20 years experience in consulting, operations and private equity roles. In recent years he has applied this understanding of healthcare systems to HealthTech and is currently focused on applications of HealthTech to improve cost-effectiveness, quality and access in healthcare delivery.
Dr Ling is CEO of ConnectedHealth – a Singapore-based HealthTech company focused on digital transformation of chronic disease management with an initial focus on diabetes care. He was also co-founder of Galen Growth Asia, Asia’s first dedicated HealthTech industry group which aims to foster a sustainable and vibrant HealthTech ecosystem involving the many players who will need to collaborate to achieve change.
Previously, Dr Ling was Managing Director of Pricewaterhouse Coopers Healthcare practice based in Singapore and the firm's Asia Healthcare Leader.
Dr Ling’s investment experience was as a Partner with Symphony Asia (formerly Schroder Capital Partners), a leading private equity firm with strong interests in healthcare. During his 10 year tenure at Symphony Dr Ling led healthcare deals across Asia through all phases of the investment cycle including evaluation, structuring, operational enhancement and exits. His deal experience includes investments into Parkway Holdings (Asia's largest private healthcare services company) and Strides Arcolab (a mid-tier listed Indian generic pharmaceutical company), among others.
Dr Ling started his business career as a consultant with McKinsey & Co based in London. During this period he worked for a range of pharmaceutical, consumer and retail clients across Europe and the US.
Dr Ling holds an MA (1st class) degree from Oxford University, an MBBS degree in Medicine from London University and an MBA from INSEAD.
Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) is a US$43 billion global Fortune 500 company and a leader in providing innovative consumer, commercial, and enterprise technology. Our portfolio of high-quality, secure products and services covers PCs (including the legendary Think and multimode Yoga brands), workstations, servers, storage, smart TVs and a family of mobile products like smartphones (including the Motorola brand), tablets and apps. Visit us at http://www.lenovo.com/
Pure Storage (NYSE: PSTG) helps innovators build a better world with data. Pure's data solutions enable SaaS companies, cloud service providers, and enterprise and public sector customers to deliver real-time, secure data to power their mission-critical production, DevOps, and modern analytics environments in a multi-cloud environment. One of the fastest growing enterprise IT companies in history, Pure Storage enables customers to quickly adopt next-generation technologies, including artificial intelligence and machine learning, to help maximize the value of their data for competitive advantage. And with a Satmetrix-certified NPS customer satisfaction score in the top one percent of B2B companies, Pure's ever-expanding list of customers are among the happiest in the world.
Materialise incorporates 27 years of 3D printing experience and has pioneered many of the leading medical applications of 3D printing, enables researchers, engineers and clinicians to revolutionize innovative patient-specific treatment that helps improve and save lives.
Materialise’s open and flexible platform of software and services, forms the foundation of certified Medical 3D Printing, in clinical as well as research environments, offering virtual planning software tools, 3D-printed anatomical models, and patient-specific surgical guides and implants.
For more information, visit http://www.materialise.com/medical.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Asia is transforming the workplace of the future with its customer-centric solutions and hardware for the digitally connected world. We are committed to create new values for the society with our expertise. From information management to technology enabling tools, the solutions help businesses improve time to information, support mobility, and optimise business processes with workflow automation. Konica Minolta, Inc. has also been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for five years in a row. For more information, please visit http://www.konicaminolta.sg/business/
“The Asian Society for Quality in Health Care (ASQua) is a network of National Societies from the Asian region dedicated to the improvement of quality in healthcare at national and international levels. ASQua is committed to the achievement of its aims through collaborative action and in association with other health and quality related individuals and professional organisations in Asia. It was founded by a group of National Societies for quality in healthcare from Malaysia, Japan, Thailand, India, Taiwan and the Philippines, under the auspices of ISQua. It is committed to the achievement of its aims through collaborative action within the network and in association with other health and quality related individuals and professional organisations in Asia. Visit ASQua at www.asqua.org for more information.”
BNHC (founded in 2010) is a ‘purpose-driven’ consulting firm enabling commercial growth & outreach by bridging gaps though training, soft skills & technical expertise, market strategy & advisory services, specifically addressing the HealthTech domains within (but not limited to) Asia Pacific and Middle East region.
BinaryHealthCare (founded in 2002) is the social enterprise arm of BNHC, serving to “Bridge the eHealth Divide” (in low-resource settings) by enabling sustainable innovation in patient-centered care through stakeholders empowerment to achieve context-effective adoption of HealthTech as an enabler.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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