Silver Healthcare Asia Singapore November 2011

Dr Lee Moon Keen was a panellist  at Silver Healthcare Asia 2011, 14-17 November 2011 Singapore, on the symposium How can Technology and Innovation Help to Reign in Ballooning Chronic Disease Management Costs?

  • Overview of evolving systems and practices in managing the rapidly escalating costs
    of chronic diseases
  • Technologies to monitor patients over continuous periods – from acute to outpatient/
    remote monitoring
  • Cost vs benefit of routine check up and doctor visits

She was the speaker for Malaysia at the Country Snapshot Presentations which dealt with the latest updates and initiatives in providing and funding Asia’s silver healthcare market followed by a discussion on progress as well as the gaps that need to be addressed.

– How are payers and providers collaborating to establish the best quality of affordable and sustainable healthcare?

– What are the upcoming public- private sector partnership opportunities?

– What is the partnerships scene between public and private stakeholders in your country?

The other speaker list:

China: Kai Wang, Advisor, Chinese Ministry of Public Health

Thailand: Dr Nipit Piravej, Chief Corporate Officer, Bangkok Chain Hospital, Thailand

Philippines:  Dr Mary Jean Villa-Real-Guno, President and CEO, Home Health Care, Philippines

Malaysia:  Dr Moon Keen Lee, Director, Alpha Specialist Centre, Malaysia

Hong Kong: Dr Bernard Kong, Consultant, Hospital Authority

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APHM International Healthcare Conference 2011

Dr Robert Jalleh was Symposium Speaker at the APHM International Healthcare Conference, 6 – 8 July 2011, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The topic was “Malaysian Healthcare Reforms: Potential Impact on the Private Sector – Good or Bad?”

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