4th Annual Healthcare Innovation Summit Asia
Why the conference?
The ageing population and chronic disease care continue to place demands on the existing healthcare resources; furthermore, the current economic turbulence propels governments around the world to scrutinize healthcare budgets and efficacy for technology adoption even more.
Equally importantly, a growing expectation on safety, access and enhanced patient experience from the consumer space urges healthcare services to be further integrated and ubiquitous.
In order to address these challenges, Asian governments and healthcare providers turn to technology innovation especially in the area of:
- Telemedicine/telemedical interactions for preventative, chronic disease and emergency care
- Clinical decision support
- Closed-looped medication management
- Patient management systems
- Data analysis and business intelligence for healthcare resource planning
Among them, Singapore has made great process while its nation-wide Electronic Health Record becomes fully operational. Further explorations are under way for functionalities that enable real time clinical decision support, and collaboration between private and public health sectors for improved quality and safety.
The Healthcare Innovation Summit Asia once again gathers all stakeholders in healthcare IT implementation including governments, public and private hospital/clinic/hospice CXOs, department heads, tertiary and community care senior managements and technology/solution providers, to address the issues and challenges during the implementation process and to seek strategies in clinical work process designs.
What to expect at the 2013 Healthcare Innovation Summit Asia:
- Over 200 end-user delegates capturing the entire value chain of healthcare transition and IT implementation
- Feature presentations on the adoption path and work process managements of nation-wide Electronic health Records
- Over 20 real life case studies on technology enabled personal care from key Asian markets
- Place greater emphasis on end user experiences and clinicians’ involvement in the program