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Singapore eHealth Health 2.0 Summit



Disruptive innovation and technologies are increasingly becoming part of
mainstream healthcare.

With Singapore’s silver tsunami bringing new challenges to healthcare, there is an urgent need to address rising demands for resources, increasing costs and implement value-driven initiatives so that our healthcare system can be sustainable. This has also triggered a tremendous push towards innovation.

The Singapore eHealth Summit is home for disruptive innovation.

Experience how you can embrace, adopt and create value-based healthcare
through disruptive innovation. This Summit is power-packed with key learnings
for the Singapore healthcare sector.


 Population Health
Population Health is commonly seen as a goal of achieving measurable improvements on primary care to the population. But it extends beyond, integrating disparate systems, using good data to build a healthier community together.
Healthcare Revenue Cycle
With healthcare costs increasing, paying out-of-pocket for personal healthcare costs will also increase, creating greater financial burden on patients in the future. On the other hand, it is increasingly challenging for healthcare practices and providers to offer flexible and affordable, yet still profitable options for consumers in order to remain sustainable in the long run. The focus of healthcare revenue cycles is changing through digitization and the rise of a patient-centric culture.
  Patient Outcome
Patient outcome is important as patients are well informed in this era and are willing to travel and consult treatment in advanced medical facilities with good clinicians. Outcomes highlight value-enhancing cost reduction and in future might enable payment to shift from volume to quality.
With ageing population, a key component of integrated care is through the transition from acute to community. Transitional points of care are critical for managing consistency of care and providing the right care in the right setting at the lowest cost. This is also achieved by seamlessly exchanging data through interoperability.
The awareness of cybersecurity in healthcare has increased over the years. Proactive measures are taken as a result of regular risk assessments. With high black-market value for patient's medical records, there is still a constant struggle to update technology tools to keep data secured. Will passing new legislation and regulation bridge the gap on new systems such as Internet of Things (IoT) or will blockchain be a good forward-looking tool?
 Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming healthcare by addressing important key health challenges. Increasingly, AI and robotics are part of the healthcare ecosystem. It has been developed and used in a way that is transparent and compatible, whilst stimulating and driving innovation.