Digital Healthcare Agenda

Day 1: 2 September 2020

08:00
Main Conference Registration and Morning Coffee

09:00
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

6th Asia Healthcare Week 2020
OPENING CEREMONY

09:10
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Health Transformation through Technology: Mobile, AI and Data Science

Prof. Robert Morris, Chief Technology Strategist, MOH Office for Healthcare Transformation, Singapore

09:30
UK NHS Perspective:
People Not Technology: The Role Of Leadership In Digital Transformation

Dr. Sam Shah, Global Digital Health Adviser and NHS Clinician, United Kingdom
FT 4th most influential BAME tech leader 2019 | Finalist 2019 Digital Leaders 100

09:45
ASIA HEALTHCARE THOUGHT LEADERSHIP ROUNDTABLE:
Beyond 2020 –How Innovation, Scalable Technologies and Partnerships will reshape the sector

  • Service delivery models and patient experience touchpoints
  • Recent innovation game changers
  • Investment trends in infrastructure and technology
  • Private insurance and how product and pricing developments are having an impact

Moderator:
Manisha Kumar, Hospital Head & General Manager, Columbia Asia Hospitals, India

Panellists:
Esti Shelly, Director, Digital Health, Ministry of Health Israel, Israel
Jenny Shao, Health Information Systems Director, United Family Healthcare, China
Julian Mengual, Chief Executive Officer and Country Manager, Cigna, Thailand
Dr. Ramadan AlBlooshi, Chief Executive Officer, Dubai Healthcare City, United Arab Emirates

10:40
Morning Networking & Refreshment Break


4TH Digital Healthcare Summit 2020 – Day 1 Commences

GOVERNMENT-LED DIGITAL APPLICATIONS


11:10
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

11:10
KEYNOTE ADDRESS:
NHS and Digital Transformation: The Long-Term Plan

Dr. Sam Shah, Global Digital Adviser and NHS Consultant, United Kingdom

11:30
ISRAEL REGULATOR’S ADDRESS:

National Strategy to Accelerate AI and Big Data in Healthcare

    • Investments and efforts driving digital healthcare in Israel
    • Lessons in healthcare innovation from the ‘start-up nation’
    • Next big thing in digital healthcare
    • Remaining challenges in achieving a fully-digital health system in Israel

Esti Shelly, Director, Digital Health, Ministry of Health Israel, Israel

11:50 
THAI GOVERNMENT’S LATEST INITIATIVE:
Driving Innovation in Genomic and AI Technologies

  • Accelerating exchange and transfer of medtech via the MEDICOPOLIS (Medicopolis & Health Informatics) program
  • Investment and collaboration driven by the Government in genomic technologies and other medtech innovations
  • Implications of Thailand’s first AI ethics guidelines on the digital healthcare economy

Dr. Nares Damrongchai, Chief Executive Officer, Thailand Center of Excellence for Life Sciences (TCELS), Thailand  

12:10
GOVERNMENT OF QUEENSLAND:
Deep-Dive the Digital Hospital Program for Improved Health Outcomes

  • Snapshot of Queensland’sdigital health roadmap
  • The electronic medical record (ieMR) as a key component of Queensland’s overall eHealth Investment Strategy
  • How has the digital hospital program improved healthcare and patient outcomes?
  • Key learnings in clinical engagement and recommendations to improve governance of future rollouts

Prof. Keith McNeil, Acting Deputy Director-General and Chief Clinical Information Officer, Clinical Excellence Queensland, Queensland Health, Australia

12:40
MALAYSIA’S DIGITAL HEALTHCARE CLUSTER:
Driving Innovation in Healthcare through PPPs and Digital Partnerships

  • Overview of the three key Digital Healthcare Cluster initiatives:
  • 5G technology use cases in healthcare
  • Data analytics for non-communicable diseases (NCDs)
  • Working with MOH and Microsoft Malaysia to develop AIsystem for diagnosis
  • Lessons learned from healthcare R&D PPPs: Successes and challenges
  • Moving forward to strengthen collaboration and drive R&D projects to commercialization/market access

Jaffri Ibrahim, Chief Executive Officer, Collaborative Research in Engineering, Science and Technology (CREST), Malaysia

13:00
Women In Health

The healthcare sector is seeing rapid changes, be it technology, commercial models, etc.; however, how is the sector stacking up on gender equality, diversity, and inclusivity? The lunch panel will explore the signs of progress on advancement in women in leadership, and how companies are accelerating change in this area. Besides, the session will celebrate the achievements of women in the healthcare sector.

Women in Health Leadership Panel:
Cultivating the Next-Gen of Women Leaders in Healthcare

  • Why does gender equality matter on the board?
  • Key challenges facing women leaders in healthcare
  • Management efforts to address some of these challenges, and remaining gaps
  • Reflections on the journey to the top
  • Breaking the glass ceiling: Lessons learnt along the way, and advice to my younger self

Moderator:
Shruti Dwivedi, General Manager, Blockchain Centre Singapore, Singapore

Panelists:
Elizabeth Dantes, President, Manila Doctors Hospital, Philippines
Dr. Chandrika Kambam, Director, Clinical Services Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd., India
Esti Shelly, Director, Digital Health, Ministry of Health Israel, Israel
Dr. Dawn Soo, Regional Director, Health & Wellness Distribution, Asia Pacific, Cigna, Hong Kong
Grace Park, Co-Founder and President, DocDoc, Singapore

Registration is not limited to conference participants and we encourage all who are in the healthcare industry to attend. Register now, and email Miki.Kong@informa.com

14:00
Growth of Interoperability Labs in the Asia-Pacific Region

  • Role of interoperability in digital health and universal healthcare
  • How interoperability labs can help countries attain interoperability
  • Role of the community in developing such labs
  • How SIL-Asia worked with Asian Development Bank to help countries in the region to build these labs

Prof. Philip Christian Zuniga, Technical Director, SIL-Asia, Philippines

14:20
ASEAN LEADERS’ ROUNDTABLE:
Walking the Tech Talk: Policies to Accelerate Digital Health Adoption Across ASEAN

  • Opportunities and challenges in Southeast Asia’s current healthcare landscape
  • Increasing challenges faced by Asia’s emerging markets to meet escalating health needs
  • Impact of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Blueprint 2025 on healthcare cooperation and harmonization of regulatory standards
  • Role of governments and private healthcare players in the digital transformation of healthcare
  • Summing up what else is needed to close the digital divide in healthcare

Panelists:
Michael Ho, Head of Innovation, National Health Innovation Centre, Singapore
Dr. Nares Damrongchai, Chief Executive Officer, Thailand Center of Excellence for Life Sciences (TCELS), Thailand
Jaffri Ibrahim, Chief Executive Officer, Collaborative Research in Engineering, Science and Technology (CREST), Malaysia
Prof. Philip Christian Zuniga, Technical Director, SIL-Asia, Philippines


NEW FRONTIER DIGITAL APPLICATIONS


15:00
BOTS AND CARE:
Advances in Robotic Technology for Rehabilitation and Assistive Applications

  • How are soft robots changing the healthcare landscape?
  • Assessing soft robotics’ potential in healthcare
  • Technical challenges incorporating robotics in the healthcare setting

Raye Yeow Chen-Hua, Head, NUS Evolution Innovation Laboratory, Singapore

15:20
Taiwan’s Technology Transformation in Surgical Care – What’s Next?

  • Technological advances in the surgical field: 3D imaging tech, Augmented Reality (AR), etc. for minimally invasive surgery
  • Snapshot of the IRCAD training center for research and medical education: State of the art, recent developments and future outlook
  • Taiwan as an APAC breeding ground for technical innovations in the healthcare sector: Factors contributing to this success

Dr. Jack Liu, Director of Taiwan’s R&D and Incubation, IRCAD-Taiwan, Show Chwan Memorial Hospital, Taiwan

15:40
Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break

16:00
HEALTHCARE DIGITAL MARKETING:
How to Effectively Market Hospitals and Doctors to Patients/Customers

  • What does digital mean in healthcare?
  • Changing dynamics of healthcare digital marketing
  • Best practices in healthcare digital marketing
  • Managing stakeholders in the digital journey
  • Trends in healthcare digital marketing – with real examples

Richard Roy Mendonce, Senior General Manager – Head Digital Strategy, Yashoda Hospitals, India

16:20
CASE STUDY:
How Connected Tech Enables the “Hospital at Home” Healthcare Model and Patient Experience

  • Use cases in telehealth and remote monitoring capabilities, and how it enables the transition from institutional to home-care services
  • Balancing tech and personal touch in the patient experience: How does Manzil do it in a way that brings the patients and doctors closer to each other?
  • ROIs from technology-enabled care: Cost savings, lean operations and patient engagement
  • Other emerging tech projects being looked at in the home care space

Yasser Quraishy, Executive Director – Digital Health & Innovation, Manzil Health Care Services LLC, Dubai


ASIA PACIFIC DIGITAL HEALTH MARKETS


16:50
PERSPECTIVES FROM CHINA’S FIRST, AND LARGEST FOREIGN-INVESTED HEALTHCARE PROVIDER:
Digital Transformation of Chinese Private Healthcare Providers 

  • Benefits and pitfalls of digital healthcare in China, and what it takes to close the gap
  • Snapshot of UFH’s journey in healthcare IT
  • Key considerations when implementing digitalization in a huge hospital consortium
  • Case Study: Results from the roll-out of InterSystems TrakCare— a mobile-enabled, unified healthcare information system

Dr. Jenny Shao, Health Information Systems Director, United Family Healthcare, China

17:20
CASE STUDY:
Introducing MedTech Innovation in Emerging Markets

  • Introducing advanced medtech into the Radiology department of Davao Doctors Hospital (DDH)
  • Local acceptability of the modernized medtech equipment
  • Data interoperability as key to address when developing an eHealth and digital tech strategy
  • Strengthening data governance and policy

Joseph Michael Nepomuceno, Assistant Ancillary Director, Davao Doctors Hospital, Philippines

17:40
MEASURE & IMPROVE PATIENT-LEVEL VALUE:
How Analytics enable the Value-Based Healthcare Model

Shikha Kumari, Senior Assistant Director, Value-Driven Outcome (VDO) Office, National University Health System, Singapore

18:00
End of Conference Day 1 & Networking Cocktail

Day 2: 3 September 2020

09:00
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

09:00
Plenary Session:
HEALTHCARE START-UPS PITCH SESSIONS – EVALUATE AND COLLABORATE 

5 start-ups will be selected to conduct elevated pitches to the audience members. In the room, there will be investors, VCs, hospital owners, healthcare Service providers and regulators.

FEATURED START-UPS:
Healint: Migraine Buddy, the world’s largest migraine tracking and research platform
Francois Cadiou
, CEO & Founder, Healint, Singapore

MyCLNQ: Connecting all your healthcare needs
Iqah Jasmine, Senior Marketing Strategist, Ssivix Lab, Singapore

DocDoc: The world’s first patient intelligence company
Grace Park,
Co-Founder and President, DocDoc, Singapore

SmartPeep: AI Patient-Sitter System
Lim Meng Hui, CEO, SmartPeep, Singapore

MyDoc: One platform coordinating personal healthcare
Sneha Patel, CEO and Co-Founder, MyDoc, Singapore

10:10
Chairperson’s Summary

10:30
Morning Networking & Refreshment Break


4TH Digital Healthcare Summit 2020 – Day 2 Commences

NEXT-GEN TECH FOR SMART HEALTHCARE


11:00
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Richard Jones, Chief Commercial and Strategy Officer, C2-Ai, United Kingdom

11:00
Improving Outcomes, Access and Value with Connected Care Tech

  • Outlook and key trends that will shape the connected health industry in APAC
  • Emerging trend of the value-based care delivery model, and the role of big data and medical informatics in its enablement
  • Snapshot of the emerging connected care tech rolled out by Philips

Diederik ZevenSenior Vice President & General Manager, Health Systems, Philips ASEAN Pacific, Singapore

11:30
Cognitive Computing and the Future of Healthcare

  • Adopting cognitive computing systems in healthcare
  • Experience, challenges and benefits with APAC healthcare markets
  • Making emerging tech work for doctors and patients
  • Investments, new ventures and partnerships to advance the use of AI in healthcare

Sandeep Makhijani, IBM Watson Health Leader, Asia Pacific, IBM, Singapore

12:00
Using AI to Bridge the Gap between Hospital Management and Clinicians

  • Using AI to transform hospital operations and the healthcare supply chains
  • Why and how AI-backed, risk adjusted results go beyond current approaches to determining health outcomes
  • ROIs from rolling out the C2 Ai systems across the different healthcare systems around the world

Richard Jones, Chief Commercial and Strategy Officer, C2-Ai, United Kingdom

12:30
Healthcare Recruitment Outlook Presentation & Lunch

APAC is a hotbed for new hospitals in expansion and accommodating changing business models for transforming services. This is cresting new demands on workforce recruitment.

Healthcare Recruitment and Remuneration Outlook

  • Healthcare HR market breakdown by segment
  • Challenges and opportunities in talent succession
  • Changes in talent sourcing models
  • Compensation and benefit schemes for better staff retention
  • What’s the state of diversity recruitment in healthcare?
  • Digital health and its implications on the healthcare workforce

For Speaking Opportunity, please contact SiYing.Thian@informa.com

Registration is not limited to conference participants and we encourage all who are in the healthcare industry to attend. Register now, and email Miki.Kong@informa.com 


HEALTH TECH PARTNERSHIPS & FINANCING


13:30
HEALTH TECH INVESTORS’ ROUNDTABLE:
Latest Developments in Health Tech and Funding for Health Tech Startups

  • Impact of health tech start-ups in the VC and digital health funding space
  • Revenue models for health tech startups: How to monetize services
  • Key considerations when investing in health tech startups
  • Is digital health in a bubble?

Moderator:
Seemant Jauhari, Managing Partner, HealthXCapital, Singapore

Panelists:
Dave Ng, Head of Southeast Asia, Eight Roads Ventures, Singapore
Shruti Dwivedi, General Manager, Blockchain Centre Singapore, Singapore
Disha Patel, Senior Associate, Wavemaker Partners, Singapore
Chik Wai Chiew
, CEO and Executive Director, Heritas Capital Management, Singapore 

14:10
Building Collaborative Network Relationships to Accelerate Market Access for Early-Stage MedTech Innovations 

  • Impact of regulations on innovation in the field of medical devices
  • Snapshot of the local support ecosystem for early-stage MedTech innovators
  • From Concept to Commercialization: Experience-sharing working with early-stage MedTech innovations and bringing them to markets

Michael Ho, Head of Innovation, National Health Innovation Centre, Singapore 

14:40
VERITA HEALTHCARE CASE STUDY:
Digital Technology Enabling Personalized Healthcare beyond the Doctor’s Office 

  • Landscape for digital preventative/wellness and personalized health care
  • Role of digital tech in the international expansion and consolidation strategy
  • Key considerations when integrating multiple, diverse digital health platforms
  • Incorporating them into internal systems (Verita Wisdom)
  • Expanding access to commercial partners and public health bodies
  • Cybersecurity as key to ensure healthcare delivery

Tommy Kolega, Head of Information Technology, Verita Healthcare Group, Singapore 

15:10
What do Hospitals want from Digital Health Startups?

  • Overview and updates on Fortis Hospitals’ partnership with Phable, India’s first autonomous care platform
  • Experience working with digital health providers to navigate internal complexities of the hospital
  • What hospitals are expecting from digital health startups
  • Remaining challenges to be tackled

Dr. Manish Mattoo, Zonal Director, Fortis Hospitals, India

15:30
Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break


ENHANCING HEALTHCARE DELIVERY MODELS


16:00
DIGITAL HEALTHCARE LEADERS’ ROUNDTABLE:
The Next Steps for the Digital Health Market

  • Inadequacy of traditional care delivery models to cope with digital disruption
  • Preparing the healthcare workforce to deliver the digital future
  • Skillsets for the next-gen CIOs
  • Achieving the right balance— technology and patient care

Moderator:
Richard Jones, Chief Commercial and Strategy Officer, C2-Ai, United Kingdom

Panelists:
Tommy Kolega, Head of Information Technology, Verita Healthcare Group, Singapore
Abdul Razaq Ameri, Hospital Director, Al Kuwait Hospital, United Arab Emirates
Edward Booty, Chief Executive Officer, reach52, Singapore
Devannand Kolothodi, Chief Executive Officer, Aster Prime Hospital, India

16:30
End of Main Conference Day 2

1 September 2020, 9:00am to 1:00pm

Tech Able @ Enabling Village Site Tour

9:00am
Pick-up at One Farrer Hotel & Spa

10:00am
Tech Able Site Tour
Location: 20 Lengkok Bahru #01-06, Singapore 159053

  • Introduction to Tech Able and the Enabling Village
  • Tour of Tech Able: Assistive technologies at the Enabling Village
    • A Smart Home and Infocomm Technology Showcase: Explore a wide range of assistive technologies that meet various needs and budgets for different work and living spaces.
    • A Communications Training Lab: A laboratory with computers fully equipped with appropriate assistive peripheral technologies, training courses are conducted here to train and prepare persons with disabilities in employment.
    • An Innovation Space: Innovators, makers, technology start-ups are welcomed to discuss, test ideas and share information on assistive technology. You can look to organise events and workshops in this space.
    • A Centre with Assistive Technology Consultation, Assessment and Training Services:Look for advice on adoption of appropriate assistive technologies with SPD’s assistive technology specialists.
    • An Assistive Technology Showcase and Loan Library: Explore a range of devices and learn about the different considerations in choosing appropriate solutions to meet your needs.
    • An experiential room: You can testbed products for the visually- and hearing-impaired in a fully-equipped soundproof, lightproof room.
  • The Art Faculty by Pathlight – A Shop with a Cause!

About The Enabling Village
The Enabling Village is the first inclusive community space in Singapore dedicated to integrating persons with disabilities by offering retail, lifestyle and training services to the public. It is a joint initiative by SG Enable and the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF), in partnership with organisations and individuals from the people and private sectors. The 3 hectares site provides an accessible environment where people of different abilities can come together to learn, work and enjoy leisure activities. For more information, please visit the Enabling Village official website at: https://enablingvillage.sg/

12:00pm
Departure from the Enabling Village

1:00pm
Arrival at One Farrer Hotel & Spa


The Enabling Village

Photo Credit: Edward Hendricks

Photo Credit: Patrick Bingham-Hall

Photo Credit: Patrick Bingham-Hall

2 September 2020 l 13:00 – 14:00

Women In Health

The healthcare sector is seeing rapid changes, be it technology, commercial models, etc.; however, how is the sector stacking up on gender equality, diversity, and inclusivity? The lunch panel will explore the signs of progress on advancement in women in leadership, and how companies are accelerating change in this area. Besides, the session will celebrate the achievements of women in the healthcare sector.

Women in Health Leadership Panel:
Cultivating the Next-Gen of Women Leaders in Healthcare

  • Why does gender equality matter on the board?
  • Key challenges facing women leaders in healthcare
  • Management efforts to address some of these challenges, and remaining gaps
  • Reflections on the journey to the top
  • Breaking the glass ceiling: Lessons learnt along the way, and advice to my younger self

Moderator:
Shruti Dwivedi, General Manager, Blockchain Centre Singapore, Singapore

Panelists:
Elizabeth Dantes, President, Manila Doctors Hospital, Philippines
Dr. Chandrika Kambam, Director, Clinical Services Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd., India
Esti Shelly, Director, Digital Health, Ministry of Health Israel, Israel
Dr. Dawn Soo, Regional Director, Health & Wellness Distribution, Asia Pacific, Cigna, Hong Kong
Grace Park, Co-Founder and President, DocDoc, Singapore

Registration is not limited to conference participants and we encourage all who are in the healthcare industry to attend. Register now, and email Miki.Kong@informa.com

2 September 2020 l 12:30 – 13:30

Healthcare Career Lunch

APAC is a hotbed for new hospitals in expansion and accommodating changing business models for transforming services. This is cresting new demands on workforce recruitment.

  • Healthcare HR market breakdown by segment
  • Challenges and opportunities in talent succession
  • Changes in talent sourcing models
  • Compensation and benefit schemes for better staff retention
  • What’s the state of diversity recruitment in healthcare?
  • Digital health and its implications on the healthcare workforce

For Speaking Opportunity, please contact SiYing.Thian@informa.com

Registration is not limited to conference participants and we encourage all who are in the healthcare industry to attend. Register now, and email Miki.Kong@informa.com 

3 September 2020 | 9:00 – 10:10

HEALTHCARE START-UPS

5 start-ups will be selected to conduct elevated pitches to the audience members. In the room, there will be investors, VCs, hospital owners, healthcare Service providers and regulators.

FEATURED START-UPS:
Healint: Migraine Buddy, the world’s largest migraine tracking and research platform
Francois Cadiou
, CEO & Founder, Healint, Singapore

MyCLNQ: Connecting all your healthcare needs
Iqah Jasmine, Senior Marketing Strategist, Ssivix Lab, Singapore

DocDoc: The world’s first patient intelligence company
Grace Park, 
Co-Founder and President, DocDoc, Singapore

SmartPeep: AI Patient-Sitter System
Lim Meng Hui, CEO, SmartPeep, Singapore

MyDoc: One platform coordinating personal healthcare
Sneha Patel, CEO and Co-Founder, MyDoc, Singapore