Part of Tech Week Singapore, Asia's most important technology event for business, Digital Health Asia is excited to announce its highly anticipated launch from 9-10 October 2024. Co-located with other established technology events such as Cloud Expo Asia, Cyber Security World Asia and Big Data & AI World Asia, the event will bring together preeminent health tech experts, cutting-edge suppliers, and a wealth of networking opportunities for all.
Immerse yourself in a vibrant community of over 1500 senior health sector professionals from across the Asia Pacific region. Lead the charge and showcase groundbreaking innovations, explore emerging health tech trends, and empower organisations to deliver health services and care in the most efficient and sustainable manner possible. Join the ranks of those driving health transformation.
WHO WILL ATTEND?
- C-suites and senior executives from across the health ecosystem
- Clinicians and clinician managers delivering service improvement through digitalisation
- Non clinicians in healthcare workforce and management covering analytics, AI, machine learning, blockchain, robotics etc
- Provider Organisations in the public and private sector (e.g. Hospitals/Medical Groups/Primary Care/Allied Health/Aged-Care)
- Government / Government Agencies
- Pharmaceutical Organisations
- Clinical Research Organisations
- Academic Institutes
- Research Institutes
- Health Insurance Organisations
- Medtech Organisations
- Distributors / Resellers
- Other Healthcare and Life Sciences Organisations
Nidhi Swarup, Founding Chair, Alliance of Patients’ Organizations Singapore Ltd (APOS)
Pauline Erica Tay, Ph.D, Director, National Health Innovation Centre Singapore (NHIC)
Sutowo Wong, Director, Health Analytics Division, MOH
Dean Ho, PhD Provost’s Chair Professor / Head, Department of Biomedical Engineering / Director, The N.1 Institute for Health (N.1) / Director, The Institute for Digital Medicine (WisDM) Department of Pharmacology, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore
Dr. Adam Chee, Associate Professor, National University of Singapore
Johnny Ong, Vertical Strategy Leader - Healthcare, APAC, Zebra Technologies Asia Pacific
Kevin Ben Laurence, Director, International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) Foundation
Sean Lam, PhD, Deputy Director, Head of Data Science Health Services Research Centre, SingHealth
Mr. Bruce Leong, Director, Technology and Strategy, Mount Alvernia Hospital
Digital Health Asia offers honest and practical discussions about real-world successes and challenges of driving the digital agenda.
Bridging humanity and tech, we will examine clinical adoption and practical steps for success, diving deeper into tech applications and tangible methodologies for change and workforce transformation.
There has been enough talk, but where are we really today? We explore tomorrow's health [care] solutions that are already deployed TODAY, whilst horizon scanning to keep up with the ever-changing regulatory landscape.
We believe that by hosting collaborative and transparent discussions, we can offer outcome-oriented sessions that provide true value to our audience.
Software with a Soft Touch?
High Tech, High Touch?
Data, Analytics, and AI
Robotics and Automation
"This is the ONE event I plan and attend every year without fail."
Tech Week Singapore is the biggest and best technology event for CXOs, leadership and all levels of professionals. It provides hands down the latest and upcoming trends in Technology with best speakers, content, products, services and overall experience.
~ Head of Corporate Development, Practical DevSecOps
"The Digital Healthcare Show is an incredible gathering of some of the brightest minds in the digital health industry."
I am impressed by the insightful discussions and innovative ideas shared by the leaders, academics, and industry partners in attendance. The event provides a unique opportunity to learn about the latest advances in digital healthcare and foster connections among professionals in the field."
~ Senior Delegate from Digital Healthcare Show, London