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9.30 - 10.00 AM Registration

Networking and Viewing Virtual Booths

10.00 - 10.05 AM Opening

Chairman's Opening Remarks

speaker-1

Elle Quan

10.05 - 10.25 AM Keynote

Digital Workflows and Technology in Managing COVID-19 Pandemic

  • Technology as an enabler to address crises
  • Transforming to a more person-focused care for both patients and clinicians
  • How can technology strengthen ground-up initiatives?

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Benedict Tan

10.25 - 11.10 AM Panel

Driving Digitisation and Innovation through Partnerships

  • What sort of partnerships are needed to bridge the gap between the traditional IT-enabled healthcare institution to the truly smart, tightly-integrated institution?
  • Productivity in healthcare has been seriously challenged during the pandemic. How can out-of-the-box innovative strategies and even improvised technology applications help in increasing productivity and help healthcare organisations function to their optimal efficiency? What will productivity look like in the new normal, when the current strains have eased somewhat?
  • What are some of the lessons learned from the COVID-19 crises, and how can hospitals learn from each other on a continuous, ongoing basis? Could better technology have helped? If so, what sort of technology would ideally have been in place? If not, why not?
  • IT service delivery in mission-critical healthcare scenarios can be a matter of life and death. How can IT "get out of the way" and become an invisible, intimate part of the organisation, rather than being something to "deal with" or a pain point?
  • How can automation help in ensuring that healthcare providers have the simplest, smoothest experience in doing their day-to-day jobs? Of the entire healthcare value chain, which aspects can be automated easily, what are the easy wins in this regard?

speaker-1

Marcelo Ang

speaker-2

Dinesh S.R.

speaker-3

Karen Chong

11.10 - 11.20 AM Break

Networking and Viewing Virtual Booths

11.20 - 11.40 AM Keynote

Re-Architect Your IT Infrastructure to Enhance Patient-Centric Care

  • Leverage real-time secure communications and data exchange with patients, partners, health ecosystems, and cloud providers to cater to the growing need for patient-centered care
  • Re-architect IT infrastructure for secure data access, agile engagement and accelerated innovation amid evolving regulations
  • Transform care delivery models with new and innovative digital value chains

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Rajaneesh Kurup

11.40 - 12.25 PM Panel

Frontier Technologies In Healthcare

  • AI, ML, 5G, VR, Robotics, Wi Fi 6...what new technologies we can expect to emerge in the next 2-3 years, and how will they impact healthcare?
  • How do we hasten the adoption of technology and innovation in addressing the challenges in healthcare? What are the impediments in technology adoption, from a people and process point of view?
  • Do you think the pandemic has hastened or slowed the adoption of forward-looking tech in healthcare organisations? With many transformation initiatives being hastened because of COVID-19, are we looking at a silver lining in terms of tech adoption at least?
  • In many parts of Asia, basic digitisation is yet to be embarked on in rural hospitals, while top healthcare facilities in urban centres boast top-of-the-line cutting-edge technologies. How do we address this massive divide?
  • When it comes to technology purchasing, who decides in the chain of command within a healthcare institution - is it always the CIO, or also a board-level, or whole-of-C-suite decision?
  • Technology refresh is often confined to top-level back-end refresh. How can it be made more universal, and brought to the front-line workers in healthcare institutions?

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Thierry Chau

speaker-2

Christian Orejudos

speaker-3

Rahul Joshi

speaker-4

Chris Tan

speaker-5

Edison Dungo

12.25 - 12.45 PM Closing Keynote

Telemedicine in Action: A Case Study

  • A look at how Telemedicine has evolved
  • Successful monetisation
  • Challenges and upcoming opportunities, security, governance

speaker-1

Jit Seng Tan

12.45 - 12.50 PM Closing

Chairman's Closing Remarks

speaker-1

Elle Quan

9.30 - 10.00 AM Registration

Networking and Viewing Virtual Booths

10.00 - 10.05 AM Opening

Chairman's Opening Remarks

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Elle Quan

10.05 - 10.25 AM Keynote

Designing a Digital-First Patient Engagement Strategy

  • Enhancing healthcare delivery models
  • Transforming Clinical Governance to optimise care delivery and outcomes
  • Addressing the demand for coordinated, convenient and customized care

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Richard Lirio

10.25 - 11.10 AM Panel

Aligning Patient Experience and Pandemic Preparedness

  • How has patient-centered care and patient experience changed in the pandemic situation? What are some of the challenges seen during this period?
  • Virtual care has been a driver of patient engagement, enabled capacity management etc. during the pandemic. How have hospitals integrated virtual care and what are some of the challenges?
  • What is required to ensure that technology becomes an integral part of healthcare delivery that can enhance access, engagement and better patient experience and is not just leveraged during this pandemic?
  • How has technology enabled healthcare institutions to manage patient engagement in the current situation? Are there examples that you can cite?
  • What is the role played by the leadership in responding to the pandemic situation?
  • What is that one lesson learnt from the pandemic from a healthcare delivery standpoint that you would like to share?

speaker-1

Dinesh S.R.

speaker-2

Dr Enrique A Tayag

speaker-3

Bruce Leong

11.10 - 11.20 AM Break

Networking and Viewing Virtual Booths

11.20 - 11.40 AM Keynote

Changing Cyber Landscapes: The Battle of Algorithms

  • Paradigm shifts in the cyber landscape
  • Advancements in offensive AI attack techniques
  • The Immune System Approach to cyber security and defensive Autonomous Response capabilities
  • Real-world examples of emerging threats that were stopped with Cyber AI

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Eugene Low

11.40 - 12.25 PM Panel

How Do We Achieve the Connected, Automated and Patient-Centric Hospital in the Post-Covid World?

  • What does patient-centricity mean for your organisation, and how does technological investment translate into better outcomes for patients?
  • The traditional healthcare business model is changing, and high-tech devices are increasingly a part of healthcare. How can a traditional hospital keep up with the changing times, especially in a world with rapid advances in technology?
  • Everyone talks about patient-centricity, but with the pandemic, caregiver (doctor, nurse, pharmacist, staff, etc) experience and safety has made headlines across the globe. How can caregivers also be made secure? Can technology help - and if so, how?
  • Real-time communication is a real pain-point for a lot of healthcare organisations, especially as healthcare steps out of the hospital into rural clinics, communities and even homes. What sort of connectivity-enabled future do you envision for healthcare, when will we see things like remote surgery, VR, etc? What are some of the technologies that need to be in place to make this happen?
  • Finally, are digital innovation and technology enough? How do you choose what tech to invest in and what to skip, how do you resist buying technology just because it's a shiny new toy out there? Also, to truly enable patient-centricity, what are the process-oriented and "soft" aspects of innovation that need to happen, beyond hard technology implementations?

speaker-1

Sumit Puri

speaker-2

Thierry Chau

speaker-3

Rahul Joshi

speaker-4

Marilen Lagniton

12.25 - 12.45 PM Closing Keynote

How Prepared Are We for Another Pandemic? Lessons Learned in COVID-19 Management

  • Lessons learned in pandemic management
  • Stockpile strategy as stopgap measure
  • Protecting employees and ensuring business continuity in a sustained crisis

speaker-1

Nandkishor Dhomne

12.45 - 12.50 PM Closing

Chairman's Closing Remarks

speaker-1

Elle Quan