The Asian healthcare sector's 2018 landscape is predicted to be challenging but thrilling as hospitals and policy-governing bodies try to catch up with the fast pace of digitalisation in the industry. With the penetration of artificial intelligence and threats of risks in healthcare data security, governments are pressured to overhaul their healthcare system, and Healthcare Asia magazine will take you to a deeper dive in these topics.
The Healthcare Asia magazine aims to bring you the industry's key thought leaders in the 2018 Healthcare Asia Forum - Manila leg happening on 1 March 2018, Thursday at Makati Shangri-La, Manila.
Discussion will cover, but is not limited to, the following:
- Healthcare Reforms Amidst Rising Costs
- Acknowledging the Artificial
- Risk in a Connected World
Wider UHC, more challenges?
Confirmed speakers and panelists:
- Dr. Enrique Tayag, OIC-Assistant Secretary of Health, Department of Health
Dr. Arturo S. de la Peña, President/CEO, St. Luke's Medical Center
Rustico A. Jimenez M.D., President. Private Hospitals Association of the Philippines, Inc.
Mr. Andres M. Licaros Jr., President/CEO, Asian Hospital & Medical Center
Oscar Tinio M.D., Former President, Philippine Medical Association
Teodoro J. Herbosa M.D., Chief, Division of Trauma Surgery, Philippine General Hospital
Erlinda Oracion, Clinical Quality Director, The Medical City
Atty. Bu C. Castro, M.D., Former President and Current Board of Director, Philippine Hospital Association
Cick here for the recap of 2017 Healthcare Asia Forum - Manila leg. To know more about what happened in the 2017 Healthcare Asia Forum, please click below links:
- Healthcare Asia Forum - Bangkok leg
- Healthcare Asia Forum - Singapore leg
- Healthcare Asia Forum - Kuala Lumpur leg
Here are the links to know more about the other cities of the 2018 Healthcare Asia Forum:
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