Digitization of the healthcare system was once merely about making work easier, having tracking abilities, and keeping up to trend. However, the Covid-19 pandemic has made it a MUST moving forward. With AI in place, data analytics has impacted all areas of healthcare. With movement control orders in place, fear has also caused the rapid shift of addressing patients from traditional to remote mode as high pertinence. This has become even more a requirement for the vulnerable population including the elderly ones and those with pre-existing medical conditions whom are unable to be present at healthcare facilities. With high contagious risks in place, they could not receive equal treatment and diagnoses as in the remote setting while at the same time, healthcare providers were also in need of attending their patients on a regular basis.
This 2 day conference on Healthcare Analytics will bring together industrial and subject matter experts in a virtual setting at Hopin platform online, where they will be sharing their in-depth thought and experiences virtually on how analytics has and will be changing the healthcare system. The conference will be covering the insights on how technologies can be used or is being used to improve healthcare systems with the help and input of smart algorithms in improving data management, early diagnosis, treatment, remote monitoring, rehabilitation and cybersecurity.
Identifying hospitals post-Covid recovery strategies to stay ahead with healthcare ecosystem
Improving patient’s overall experience by leveraging emerging technologies to diagnose and treat chronic illnesses
Discovering changes in policy & regulation for big tech’s to moving towards remote digital health system
Exploring benefits of analytics for data interpretation to enhance healthcare system effectively
Equipping regulators and stakeholders with strategies to stay ahead in fast-paced digital healthcare environment
Fostering telehealth to connect long-distance patients with healthcare professionals remotely for pandemic aftermath
Reasons to Attend
Prominent Health Leader KSA Top 7 female health leaders MENA Region, Saudi Arabia
Advisory Board Member Asian Hospital & Healthcare Management Ochre Media Pvt.Ltd India
Director, Customer Relations, Southeast Asia InterSystems, Singapore
Head of Digitalization ASEAN Siemens Healthcare Pte Ltd, Singapore
Director Healthcare Access & Corporate Affairs Roche, Malaysia
Vice President Information Technology, Director Ramsay Sime Darby, Indonesia
President – Asia Pacific & Japan Varian, Singapore
External Innovation & Partnering Director H&H Group, Hong Kong
Managing Director Ethainc, Drug Development Consulting Switzerland
Senior Vice President - APAC Health Catalyst, Singapore
Deputy Director of Research St.Vincent's Hospital, Australia
Chief Advisor Genepeutic Bio, Thailand
Practicing Clinician & Scientist Monash University, Australia
Chief, Smart Health Leadership Centre Institute of Systems Science National University of Singapore
Author, Associate Professor - Digital Marketing The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Pharmacy Practice Manager Singapore General Hospital Co-Editor-in-Chief, Int J Dig Health
Lecturer Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Clinical Director BMJ, United Kingdom
Head of Digital Innovation, The N.1 Institute for Health, Singapore
President Ostomy Association of Singapore Co-Chair SingHealth Patient Advocacy Network, Singapore
Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) St.Elizabeth Hospital Inc. Philippines
Co-founder & CEO MyCLNQ Health Pte Ltd Singapore
Senior Cardiologist India
What are the strategies implemented by hospitals to manage covid-19 pandemic?
How can analytics enhance the value-based care model?
DIGITIZE OR BE
How to know which technologies can help to maximize healthcare industry overall experience and improve patient’s safety?
REGULATORS & STAKEHOLDER CAPABILITIES
What are the key strategies for regulators & stakeholders in moving healthcare industry forward?
What likely changes in policy will be required to minimize the risks to consumers & support the benefits of big tech’s move into healthcare?
How analytics can support telehealth services & tele-medicines in post pandemic?
Who Should Attend?
This conference has been specifically designed for, without limiting to: -
Chief Executive Officers
Chief Health Officers
Chief Innovation Officers
Chief Digital / Data Officers
Chief Information Security Officers
Chief Technology Officers
Senior & Managing Directors
Advisors & Consultants
From Hospitals, Clinic Groups, Software Developers, Research Institutes, Healthcare Bodies, Government, Regulatory Bodies and more.