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Chris Hardesty

Chris Hardesty

Chris is the Director for the Life Sciences Practice at KPMG with a current focus on Asia markets. He is also a member of KPMG's Global Healthcare & Life Sciences practice with experience across a variety of jurisdictions and project types, such as commercial strategy, supply chain, workforce, technology, M&A, and compliance.

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02/07/20 | Nextgen PPPs for Connected Healthcare in the Asia-Pacific 72 views

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Emma Sterling

Emma Sterling

Emma is a Senior Consultant at ACG, Hong Kong, where she works closely with a range of healthcare providers, insurance, and pharma clients. Emma leverages her background in health policy and strategy to help organisations to achieve their objectives in healthcare excellence; often through major change projects and thought leadership. She is particularly interested enabling and spreading health-tech innovation within healthcare systems to improve quality and access equity. Prior to joining ACG, Emma worked under the NHS Graduate Management Scheme; the UK’s fast-track leadership scheme aimed at cultivating tomorrow’s healthcare Directors and CEO’s.

Emma developed her skills for consulting within a placement in KPMG’s Universal Health Coverage Team. She supported the Global Centre of Excellence to assess different paths to UHC and the current limitations and positives of these approaches. Emma undertook an MSc in Health Policy from Imperial College London, and a BSc in Medical Genetics from the University of Leicester.

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27/05/20 | COVID-19 is spurring a digital health revolution - can private hospitals keep up? 146 views

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    Esther Saguil

    Esther Saguil

    Dr. Saguil currently serves as the President of the Philippine Surgical Infection Society and Chair of the Committee on Surgical Infections at the Philippine College of Surgeons. She is also the Chair of the Department of Outpatient Services at the Philippine General Hospital.

    She had previously held the role of President of the Philippine Society of Paediatric Surgeons and is currently a board member on the Association of Women Surgeons and Philippine Society for the Surgery of Trauma, among others.

    Dr. Saguil frequently speaks at national and hospital-level conferences on matters related to SSIs, most recently participating in discussions that took place at the first-ever Care+ Asia Pacific Masters SSI Prevention Symposium. This event, organised by Ethicon, brought together a consortium of international experts to strategise how Asia-Pacific can advance the adoption and implementation of global guidelines, as well as institute surveillance methods to reduce the risk of SSIs. 

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    29/11/19 | Preventing Surgical Site Infections: Does a one-size-fit-all model work? 113 views

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    Mabel C. Chou

    Mabel C. Chou

    Mabel C. Chou is an Associate Professor in the Department of Analytics and Operations at National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School.

    The opinions expressed are those of the writer and do not represent the views and opinions of NUS.

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    19/05/20 | Better healthcare decisions depend on better data collection 84 views

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      Yoke Choo

      Yoke Choo

      Yoke Choo is responsible for leading and growing NetApp’s Singapore business.

      An industry veteran- Yoke Choo has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry. Prior to NetApp, Yoke Choo was the Analytics Platform Country Manager for IBM, Singapore. She has also held various leadership roles across APAC with Oracle and Hewlett-Packard. Yoke Choo holds an MBA from the University of Warwick (Warwick Business School) and a Bachelor of Science degree (Computer Science and Information Systems) from the National University of Singapore.

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      12/11/19 | Restoring care in Singapore's healthcare – with AI 1205 views

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