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Key Thought Leaders in Attendance

             Karen Lee, CEO
             Home Nursing Foundation

             Peh Kim Choo, CEO
             Hua Mei Centre for Successful
             Ageing, Tsao Foundation

             Dr Ng Wai Chong, Medical Director
             Hua Mei Centre for Successful
             Ageing, Tsao Foundation

             Dr Kirk F. De Korne, Deputy Director,
             Medical Innovation & Care
                                                             Forum 2017
             KK Women’s & Children’s Hospital

             Dr Ow Chee Chung, CEO,
             Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital
                                                     Empowering the Care Continuum
                                                              from Hospital to Home
             Kiesha Prem, Fellow Research
             Assistant, Saw Swee Hock School of
             Public Health, National University of
             Singapore (NUS)

             Dr Thaworn Sakulphanit, Deputy
             Director, HISRO,HSRI
             Ministry of Public Health, Thailand

             Loh Shu Ching, CEO
             Ren Ci Community Hospital

             Dr Adam Chee, Principle
             Consultant & Director
             Binary Heakthcare (BNHC) Pte Ltd

             Marie Alford, Head of
             Implementation, Dementia Care

                                                                  Main Conference Dates:
                                                                        2 – 3 August 2017
      +61 3 9909 7310
                                                         Post-Conference Workshop Dates:
                                                                           4 August 2017
                                                                               Location:                               One Farrer Hotel & Spa
Community Based Healthcare - ASEAN - idsMED
Community-Based Healthcare
Forum 2017
Empowering the Care Continuum from Hospital to Home

Main Conference Dates:                                                 2 – 3 August 2017
Post-Conference Workshop Dates:                                            4 August 2017
Location:                                                         One Farrer Hotel & Spa

                                                                           5      Key Takeaways Attending the ASEAN Community-
                                                                                  Based Healthcare Forum 2017
                                                                              1. Acquire ground-breaking strategies in making Home & Community-
                                                                              Based care a viable option for ASEAN citizens
                                                                               2. Strategically future-proof your community’s healthcare efforts
                                                                                with contemporary predictive & preventive care approaches
                                                                                3. Ensure a sustainable community healthcare plan by effectively
                                                                                mobilizing your resources to achieve financial stability
                                                                                  4. Adopt best practices from top notch ASEAN Community-Based
                                                                                   healthcare speakers in delivering Intermediate and Long Term
                                                                                    Care (ILTC) plans
                                                                                    5. Network and optimize partnerships in providing holistic,
                                                                                    supportive and patient-centric healthcare services


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                                                                                                          FEATURED SPEAKERS
DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, 2 AUGUST 2017                                                                   A/Professor Lee                          Karen Lee
                                                                                                  Kheng Hock                               CEO
  • Keynote session: The Future of the Healthcare Landscape in ASEAN                              Senior Consultant,                       Home Nursing
                                                                                                  Family Medicine and
  • Bridging the Gap in ASEAN Healthcare - Integrating Primary,                                   Continuing Care                          Foundation
    Hospital and Community Care                                                                   (FMCC)
  • Public-Private Partnership Collaboration Models in Executing a                                Singapore General
    Community-and-Population Based Healthcare
  • Predictive Population Analytics to Plan for Healthcare Solutions of           Strengthening Primary Care Providers
                                                                                                                             Delivering Care to Home - Enabling
    the Future                                                                    as the Frontline Defence in Population-
                                                                                                                            Home-Based Care & Self-Management
  • Patient-Centric and Patient-Driven Care Delivery                                     Level Related Healthcare
  • Panel Discussion: Building a Seamless Integrated Patient Treatment
    Pathway                                                                                      Dr Ow Chee Chung                          Dr Dirk F. de Korne
                                                                                                 CEO                                       Deputy Director,
                                                                                                 Kwong Wai Shiu                            Medical Innovation &
DAY 2: THURSDAY, 3 AUGUST 2017                                                                   Hospital (KWSH)                           Care Transformation
  • Strengthening Primary Care Providers as the Frontline Defence in                                                                       KK Women’s &
    Population-Level Related Healthcare                                                                                                    Children’s Hospital
  • Community-Led Approaches / Models to Community-Based Care
                                                                                                                            Delivering Patient-Centric and Patient-
  • Delivering Care to Home - Enabling Home-Based Care and Self-                   Ageing with Dignity - Singapore’s 1st
                                                                                                                            Driven Care with Intermediate & Long
    Management                                                                             Active Ageing Hub
                                                                                                                                      Term Care Needs
  • Social-Healthcare Partnerships to Drive Population Healthcare
    Prevention and Monitoring
  • Community Care Support for Dementia Patients and Caregivers                                  Dr Thaworn                                Kiesha Prem
  • Panel Discussion: Bridging Accessible and Affordable Healthcare for All                      Sakunphanit                               Fellow Research
                                                                                                 Deputy Director,                          Assistant
                                                                                                 Health Insurance
                                                                                                 System Research                           Saw Swee Hock
POST-FORUM WORKSHOPS:                                                                            Office (HISRO), Health                    School of Public
                                                                                                 System Research                           Health, National
FRIDAY, 4 AUGUST 2017                                                                            Institute (HSRI)                          University of
                                                                                                 Ministry of Public
  • Workshop A: Traits of a Successful Community-Based Healthcare                                Health, Thailand
    Organisation                                                                       Spearheading the Future of
  • Workshop B: Overcoming Shortage of Quality Staff by Redesigning                 Healthcare Movement: Delivering a       Predictive Population Analytics to Plan
                                                                                    Comprehensive HealthCare via the        for Healthcare Solutions of the Future
    and Improving the Career Progression Path of the Healthcare                       Community-Based Approach
    Manpower Sector

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Speakers Line-Up

                 A/Professor Lee Kheng                         Peh Kim Choo                               Dr Ng Wai Chong
                 Hock                                          CEO                                        Medical Director
                 Senior Consultant, Family                     Hua Mei Centre for                         Hua Mei Centre for
                 Medicine and Continuing                       Successful Ageing, Tsao                    Successful Ageing, Tsao
                 Care (FMCC)                                   Foundation                                 Foundation
                 Singapore General

Strengthening Primary Care Providers as the
                                                     Bio-Psychosocial Approach to              Bio-Psychosocial Approach to
Frontline Defence in Population-Level Related
                                                  Community-Based Healthcare System         Community-Based Healthcare System
 Healthcare (Chronic Disease Management)

                 Dr Dirk F. de Korne                           Dr Ow Chee Chung                           Kiesha Prem
                 Deputy Director, Medical                      CEO                                        Fellow Research Assistant
                 Innovation & Care                             Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital                    Saw Swee Hock School
                 Transformation (MICT)                         (KWSH)                                     of Public Health, National
                 KK Women’s & Children’s                                                                  University of Singapore
                 Hospital                                                                                 (NUS)

        Delivering Patient-Centric and
                                                 Panel Discussion 1: Building a Seamless   Predictive Population Analytics to Plan for
    Patient Driven Care with Intermediate
                                                  Integrated Patient Treatment Pathway        Healthcare Solutions of the Future
          & Long Term Care Needs

                 Dr Thaworn Sakunphanit                        Karen Lee                                  Dr Adam Chee
                 Deputy Director, Health                       CEO                                        Principle Consultant & Director
                 Insurance System Research                     Home Nursing Foundation                    Binary Healthcare (BNHC)
                 Office (HISRO), Health                                                                   Pte Ltd
                 System Research Institute
                 Ministry of Public Health,

    Spearheading the Future of Healthcare
                                                Delivering Care to Home - Enabling Home-    e-Health: Delivering Coordinated Care &
   Movement: Delivering a Comprehensive
                                                     Based Care & Self-Management             Monitoring to Home via Tele-Health
Healthcare via the Community-Based Approach

                 Marie Alford                                  Loh Shu Ching
                 Head of Implementation,                       CEO
                 Dementia Care                                 Ren Ci Community Hospital

   Enhancing Model of Care for Mentally-Ill        Workshop 1: Traits of a Successful
           & Dementia Patients                  Community-Based Healthcare Organisation

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Welcome to the ASEAN Community-Based
Healthcare Forum 2017

    Asia Pacific is home to over half of the world’s elderly population. According to the UNESCAP, the number of
    older people in the region is expected to triple from 438 million in 2010 to more than 1.26 billion by 2050. By
    then, nearly 8 in 10 of the world’s older population will be living in Asia Pacific. In addition, the prevalence of
    chronic and lifestyle diseases in ASEAN has exacerbated the issue of population ageing. With a growing
    ageing society, the call for a sustainable solution that address the pressing needs of healthcare services has
    never been greater.

    We recognised that establishing a Community-Based Healthcare tops the list in almost every ASEAN
    country’s National Ageing Policy. The aforementioned transformative healthcare model is instrumental in
    ensuring holistic and comprehensive care for the frail, grey-haired, vulnerable and underprivileged
    community. Nevertheless, surveys show that all levels of participants in a Community-Based Healthcare
    are still lacking in their understanding of community members’ needs, with many being plagued by limited
    resources, manpower shortage, and financial constraints when delivering healthcare services to the

    Understanding the need to deliver a more integrated and personalised healthcare plan of tomorrow,
    Clariden Global cordially invites you to the inaugural ASEAN Community-Based Healthcare Forum 2017:
    Empowering the Care Continuum from Hospital to Home this coming August, a global gathering of
    healthcare experts and thought leaders in ASEAN to better understand, adopt, and adapt Community-Based
    Healthcare into both urban and rural settings in ASEAN. This event is carefully researched and crafted with
    the most desired insights in the healthcare industry featuring trending information, challenging issues and
    insightful keynote sessions that will help you devise your future healthcare plan.

    Mark 2 - 4 August 2017 in your calendar and book your seat now! Join us in harnessing the promising potential
    of the Community-Based Healthcare Forum by tapping into the expertise of healthcare professionals with
    real case studies and evidence-based practices to enhance your resilience in combating the critical
    health and aged care situations in ASEAN. We look forward to welcoming you!

    Best Regards,

    Shermaine Ong
    Conference Director

                                                                                  Book Your Seat Today!
                                                                                   or Call +65 6716 9980 today for
                                                                                        immediate booking.

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ASEAN Community-Based
Healthcare Forum 2017

                                       Who You Will Meet:
Industries (including but not limited to):
• Hospitals (Public, Private & Community)
• Aged Care Facilities (Home & Community-Based)
                                                              Seniority Level of Delegates
• Polyclinics
• Government Administration, Regulators &
• Dementia Care Centres
• Pharmaceuticals
• International Health Care Associations
• Architecture
• Consulting Firms
• Healthcare & Medical Equipment Providers                            20%
• Healthcare Information Technology and Services                                                    40%
• Insurance Firms
• Medical Academies and Schools
• Nursing Recruitment Agency
• Senior Citizen Associations
• International Non-Profit Organisation
• Voluntary Welfare Organisation (VWO)                                           30%
In the roles of:
Board level as well as senior management level as
below would be beneficial from attending this forum:
• ASEAN Government Ministries
• Aged Care Services: Home Care; Nursing Home;
    Hospice etc.                                            Participants Seniority
• Corporate Social Responsibility                           Seniority Level: 70% of Participants will be Director
• Palliative Care and Supportive Unit                       Levels & Above
• Aged Psychiatry
• Residential and Clinical Services                              Board / C-Level / President / Director / MD - 30%
• Medical Quality, Planning Improvement and                      VP / General Manager - 40%
    Innovation                                                   Head of Departments - 20%
• Geriatric & Gerontology
• Nursing                                                        Manager - 10%
• General Practitioner
• e-Health
• Tele-health Strategy and Development
• Healthcare Technology and Software Provider
• Leisure & Lifestyle Care
• Operations, People & Culture
• Physiotherapy
• Physicians
• Allied Health & Occupational Therapy
• Pastoral and Spiritual Care

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ASEAN Community-Based
Healthcare Forum 2017

                                                                                  WHY YOU
       Harness unique and                                                          SHOULD
    successfully implemented
       Community-Based                                                           ATTEND THIS
    Healthcare Plans in ASEAN
            countries                                                              AUGUST

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                                            Adopt ground-breaking
                                                                                 Learn and future-proof
     Envision and transform
                                             Community-Based                   your community healthcare
   your regional, national, and
                                            healthcare initiatives               plan against the growing
    state healthcare systems
                                             to make home and                    complexities of old aged
    in response to the growing
                                             Community-Based                    and prevalence of chronic
   ageing population in ASEAN
                                          healthcare a viable option                    diseases
                                                    for all

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                                                                                 Capitalise on the regional
        Tap into exclusive
    insights, case studies and                Hear from top notch                     and international
     solutions from healthcare           healthcare speakers on how              opportunities to learn how
     experts in creating equal           to facilitate elders’ smooth           to boost your community’s
     and affordable access to               transition into ageing               care capacity in caring for
      healthcare for all in the                                                   the vulnerable population

              A                                      R                                      E
      Align your healthcare               Revolutionise your aged              Engage and strike mutually
    action plan to the needs of          care delivery by discovering          beneficial partnerships with
    the elders, and the overall            technology-enabled care               public, private sectors and
   government healthcare plan                   breakthrough                   other healthcare stakeholders

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Main Forum Agenda

                                                      DAY ONE - 2 AUGUST 2017

                        Creating a Supportive & Sustainable ASEAN Community-Based Healthcare Ecosystem
It is not surprising that many ASEAN countries are finding it hard to cope with the growing ageing population. With relatively underdeveloped
public healthcare system and funding issues, providing primary care, Intermediate and Long Term Care (ILTC) services for its citizens has
become a very real challenge. To resolve these challenges, the adoption of Community-Based healthcare models that empower the care
continuum from hospital to home is the key element in delivering a holistic and comprehensive care for the frail, grey-haired, and vulnerable
The first day of the forum will kick start with sessions exploring the current Community-Based healthcare landscape in ASEAN and
subsequently, the roadmap to improving the national, state and regional level Community-Based healthcare plans. The following sessions
will showcase exemplary models of supportive multi-parties Community-Based healthcare partnerships, as well as scrutinise conventional
and innovative funding mechanisms in creating more sustainable outcomes. These models & mechanisms help ease the strong reliance on
government funding in the healthcare sector, thus enabling delegates to better formulate strategies for Community-Based healthcare reform.
At the end of day one, the forum features a panel discussion, which will examine the key factors in building a seamless integrated patient
treatment pathway. Through this panel discussion, delegates will be able to glean insights into co-creating solutions that overcome barriers
through a robust integrated Community-Based healthcare service for all.

     09:00      Opening Address and Day 1 Highlights by Chairperson

     09:15      Healthcare Industry Outlook in ASEAN
                • Understand the current landscape of the ASEAN healthcare industry and where the industry is headed
                  towards in the future
                • Understand the major challenges / hurdles/ limitations facing healthcare providers in the region in light of
                  an ageing population
                • Discuss the ideas of building sustainable healthcare solutions in this region
                • How can we expand and enhance Community-Based programmes and services?
                • Review the rationale behind the restructuring of 6 RHS to 3 RHS in Singapore

     10:00      Bridging the Gap in ASEAN Healthcare - Integrating Primary, Hospital and Community Care
                • Address the barriers to integrated care in Southeast Asia
                • How to increase integration between hospitals, primary care, and Community-Based programmes
                • Discuss how to create an effective and efficient patient treatment pathway and how all care-givers can be
                  aligned to provide holistic care
                • Discover the strategies in delivering seamless & socially-connected healthcare to reduce patients’
                  admission to Emergency Hospital Unit with Intermediate & Long Term Care (ILTC) Plan in a Community
                • Case study: Eastern Health Alliance - Examine patients’ successful transition from institutional care to
                  Community-Based care

     10:45      Morning Refreshment & Networking

     11:00      Public-Private Partnership Collaboration Models in Executing a Community-and-Population Based

                •   Discover the major public-private partnership models in use today
                •   Understand the importance of the General Practitioner (GP) clinic in the care continuum
                •   Learn how these collaboration models can be utilised in response to mass outbreak of infectious diseases
                •   Case Study: Haze Subsidy Scheme 2013 & 2015

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  11:45   Bio-Psychosocial Approach to Community-Based Healthcare System

          • Understand the role of biological, psychological, and social factors in human health in the context of
            diseases and illness
          • Understand how this model first proposed by psychiatrist, George L. Engel, in 1977 approaches holistic
            patient care
          • Discover an operational example of this approach
                        Dr Ng Wai Chong
                        Medical Director
                        Hua Mei Centre for Successful Ageing, Tsao Foundation
                        Dr Ng Wai Chong is the Chief, Clinical Affairs of Hua Mei Centre for Successful Aging of
                        Tsao Foundation. His areas of interest include primary health care for the very frail, elder
                        mistreatment, end-of-life care and comprehensive geriatric assessment. He is currently
                        a member of MSF-Adult Protection Team and the Vice President of Home Health Care
                        Association. Dr Ng is on the Advance Care Planning Expert Panel of the Agency for
                        Integrated Care and the Medical Advisory Board of Ren Ci Hospital and Nectar Care

  12:30   Lunch & Networking

  13:30   Predictive Population Analytics to Plan for Healthcare Solutions of the Future

          • Understand how Predictive Analytics drives Population Health Management
          • Understand that data-driven deep diagnostics of the elderly can be employed to create a care platform for
            pre-emptive and responsive intervention
          • Predict and anticipate the impending outbreak of future diseases
          • Learn how to prevent chronic diseases and mass outbreak of infectious diseases
          • Case study: Review on how Singapore took measures in combating Zika virus in 2016 / Combating the
            impending outbreak of H5N1 flu epidemic
                        Kiesha Prem
                        Fellow Research Assistant
                        Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore
                        Kiesha Prem is a research assistant at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health
                        (SSHSPH), where she does modelling work with the Biostatistics and Modelling Domain.
                        She trained at the Department of Statistics at the National University of Singapore where she
                        obtained her BSc. (Hons) in Statistics. Currently, Kiesha is a PhD candidate with SSHSPH
                        under Associate Professor Alex Cook. Some of her research interests include infectious
                        disease modelling using Bayesian statistics and survival analysis in nutritional epidemiology.
                        As a member of the Singapore Zika Study Group, Kiesha contributed spatial statistics
                        and modelling expertise to bolster and supported the Ministry of Health’s strategic team
                        in tackling the national crisis. She is a passionate educator and together with a team, she
                        has conducted several R and biostatistics workshops around ASEAN (University of Public
                        Health in Yangon, Mahidol University in Bangkok, UCSI University in Kuala Lumpur, and
                        SSHSPH in Singapore). She assisted the organising team for several Public Health Thought
                        Leadership dialogues in SSHSPH with Dr Margaret Chan, Professor John Ioannidis and
                        hosted the recent session with Professor Paul Zimmet.

  14:15   Delivering Patient-Centric and Patient-Driven Care with Intermediate & Long Term Care Needs

          •   Discuss what a patient-centric aged care facility looks like
          •   Increase the patient’s involvement in their personal care management
          •   Understand how patients can drive their own care delivery
          •   Learn how including the patient’s voice in planning stages of healthcare can significantly improve patient
              satisfaction and recovery

                        Dr Dirk F. de Korne
                        Deputy Director, Medical Innovation & Care Transformation (MICT)
                        KK Women’s & Children’s Hospital
                        Dr Dirk F. de Korne holds positions as Adjunct Assistant Professor at Duke-NUS
                        Graduate Medical School Singapore and Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands.
                        His implementation, research and teaching focuses on the diffusion of quality and patient
                        safety innovations and include business process and systems redesign, human factors
                        and ergonomics, and performance benchmarking. He holds an MSc in Health Policy
                        and Management from Erasmus University Rotterdam and a PhD in Public Health from
                        University of Amsterdam.

  15:00   Afternoon Refreshments
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  15:30   Models for Community-Based Health Financing

          • Understand the different models of Community-Based healthcare financing available
          • Discover the objectives of the different models of healthcare financing
          • Understand what factors affecting the success of community health financing schemes?

  16:15   Panel Discussion 1:
          Building a Seamless Integrated Patient Treatment Pathway

                                           1      What does a
                                                                                 2       What are the
                                                                                          barriers to
                                                   integrated                       implementing such a
                                               patient treatment                    system and how can it
                                               pathway look like?                       be overcome?


                      Dr Ow Chee Chung
                      Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital
                      Dr Ow Chee Chung is the CEO of Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital. The hospital is now in the
                      midst of a major redevelopment to be transformed into an Integrated Nursing Home and
                      Community Hub. It will double both its inpatient and outpatient capacity by 2018. A medical
                      doctor by training, Dr Ow also has a Master in Business Administration (MBA, Surrey). He
                      has held several leadership appointments in public service, VWO sector and as well as in the
                      restructured hospitals and health institutions. He has a strong interest in the development
                      of community care services.

  17:00   Closing Remarks by Forum Chairperson

  17:15   Champagne Networking
                                    Enjoy a glass of champagne whilst networking with
                                    other like-minded individuals on topics that are of most
                                    interest to you and fellow delegates.

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                                                                DAY TWO - 3 AUGUST 2017

                      Strengthening Aged Care Services of Tomorrow with Innovative, Practical & Visionary Plans
Despite the looming challenges of a global silver tsunami, ASEAN, the global home of the elderly, is filled with burgeoning and promising prospects
in its healthcare arena. Various stakeholders from the government, public and private healthcare planners, community groups, and industries are
capitalising on the opportunities to come together to enact measures that enhance the accessibility, affordability and quality of healthcare. It is a duty
for all who have an interest and stake in the healthcare sector to grow, expand, and develop a wider network of care services within a community.
Day two of the Forum will feature the different models of Community-Based healthcare initiatives in various ASEAN countries and the innovative
responses to ageing and chronic diseases in ASEAN. These sessions allow delegates to adapt, adopt and further integrate new-found strategic
tactics into their respective countries and communities with the ultimate aim of securing the health of all. Moreover, delegates will examine the
various wide-scale Community-Based healthcare efforts in ASEAN which have been augmented with technology-enabled care and home care
delivery. These sessions in the forum will empower delegates to improve preventive and therapeutic measures for ASEAN citizens by rolling out
safe and cost effective initiatives that encourage ageing in place.
Day two of the Forum will wrap up with a panel discussion, guiding delegates in bringing about accessible and affordable healthcare for all in the
region, state, nation and international community. This session in the event will benefit delegates by increasing their care and medical capacity, and
help position ASEAN as a quality (yet affordable) medical services hub in years to come.

     09:00       Opening Address and Day 2 Highlights by Chairperson

     09:10       Strengthening Primary Care Providers as the Frontline Defence in Population-Level Related
                 Healthcare (Chronic Disease Management)

                 • Understand how General Practitioners (GP’s) and other primary care providers can play a vital role in
                   screening for chronic diseases
                 • Learn about Singapore’s drive to collaborate with General Practitioners (GP’s) to set up Family Medicine
                   Clinics (FMC) and Medical Centres that provide team-based care for patients
                 • Discover the funding elements involved in this programme

                               A/Prof Lee Kheng Hock
                               College of Family Physician

     09:40       Spearheading the Future of Healthcare Movement: Delivering a Comprehensive HealthCare via the
                 Community-Based Approach
                 • Discover the exemplary community-led approaches to Community-Based care
                 • Understand how community-led approaches have direct positive health impact on the community
                 • Reducing patients’ admission and re-admission to hospital
                               Dr Thaworn Sakunphanit
                               Deputy Director, Health Insurance System Research Office (HISRO), Health
                               System Research Institute (HSRI)
                               Ministry of Public Health, Thailand

                               Dr. Thaworn Sakunphanit is, presently, Program Director of the Health Insurance System
                               Research Office, Health System Research Institute, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand.
                               He is medical doctor with specialty in Internal Medicine, Bachelor degree on Economics
                               and Master of Science on Social Protection Financing. His previously professional working
                               experiences including community hospitals directors, deputy director of Health Insurance
                               Office of Ministry of Public Health and senior expert of the National Health Security Office.
                               He played active role in establishing sickness benefit for the Social Security Scheme in
                               1990, managing the Medical Welfare Scheme and Public voluntary health insurance (Health
                               Card Scheme) and finally, establishing the Universal Coverage Scheme in 1991 to fulfilment
                               a universal health coverage for Thai citizen. He has involved in shaping national policies
                               on health care reform in Social Security System, Civil Servant Medical Benefit Scheme and
                               the Universal Coverage Scheme. He worked closely with the ILO to develop health care
                               financial models for social health protection schemes and social protection floor in Thailand.
                               He has been appointed as member of Committees and Subcommittees in Ministry of Public
                               Health, other Ministries and Parliament.
                               He published more than 30 research documents and publications in Thai and English, mainly
                               in health care financing, health care management, health system and policy research. He
                               also provided training and constancy services for social health insurance and other social
                               protection international communities.
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 10:30    Morning Refreshment & Networking

 11:00    Delivering Care to Home - Enabling Home-Based Care & Self-Management

          •   Understand the different types of home-based care available
          •   Discuss what a patient-centric aged care facility looks like
          •   Discover the secret behind Singapore’s success in home-care delivery services in Asia Pacific
          •   Case study: Home Nursing Foundation - Current/ past projects and collaboration with General Practitioners
              (GP’s) in delivering Home-Based Care
                        Karen Lee
                        Home Nursing Foundation
                        Karen graduated with a first class honours degree in Zoology from the National University
                        of Singapore. She never pursued her dream of working with animals, choosing instead to
                        join the Economic Development Board chasing after biomedical investments to be set up in
                        Singapore, and subsequently freelancing as a business consultant. She joined healthcare
                        in 2007, working in clinical operations at the Singapore General Hospital and National
                        University Hospital System. Her last posting before joining the Home Nursing Foundation as
                        CEO in 2014, was to set up the SingHealth Regional Health System (RHS) Office.

  11:45   Social-Healthcare Partnerships to Drive Population Healthcare Prevention and Monitoring

          • Discover how social welfare groups and volunteer services can partner to drive healthcare prevention and
          • Learn how volunteer groups are working with healthcare providers to make healthcare more accessible in
            rural areas and urban heartlands
          • Case study: Singapore Red Cross’ host of humanitarian services for the vulnerable population

  12:30   Lunch & Networking

 13:30    e-Health: Delivering Coordinated Care & Monitoring to Home via Tele-Health

          • How to live safely, independently and socially-connected through technology-enabled self-management
            care model
          • Reviews on the utilisation of video consultation, apps, and wearable & multimodal sensors in delivering
            home-based care
          • Find out how to deliver point-of-care by engaging patients through social media platform

                        Dr Adam Chee
                        Principle Consultant & Director
                        Binary Healthcare (BNHC) Pte Ltd
                        Dr. Adam Chee is the Founder & Chief Advocacy Officer of BinaryHealthCare, a social
                        enterprise serving to “Bridge the eHealth Divide” by enabling sustainable innovation in
                        patient-centred care through stakeholders empowerment to achieve context-effective
                        adoption of Digital Health as an enabler. Bringing 15 years of experience and expertise
                        in strategy & operations, technology & workflow advisory, implementation & adoption of
                        eHealth across ASEAN, North Asia and Middle East, Adam had a successful career in the
                        IT industry before venturing into Health Informatics in 2002, where he works across the
                        healthcare ecosystem, including the primary care sector, private & public tertiary hospitals,
                        research institutes, government health agencies and NGOs across the globe.

 14:15    Aging with Dignity – Singapore’s 1st Active Ageing Hub

          • From Single-Service, Multiple-Providers to Comprehensive Services by One Provider
          • Understand how this improves access, coordination, and health outcomes for the elderly
          • Case Study: Singapore’s 1st Active Ageing Hub, part of the Action Plan for Successful Ageing

                        Dr Ow Chee Chung
                        Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital

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  15:00   Afternoon Refreshment & Networking

  15:15   Community Care Support for Dementia Patients and Caregivers

          • Understand the nuanced shift from aged care to dementia care
          • Address the challenges with ageing dementia patients and ways to overcome them
          • Learn how to build a dementia-friendly community and further enhance the model of care for mentally ill &
            dementia patients
          • Find out what are the support networks that enable community-based dementia care
          • Case study: Review on Australia’s national effort - Dementia Support Australia

                       Marie Alford
                       Head of Implementation
                       Dementia Care, HammondCare, Australia
                       Regarded as one of Australia’s most innovative health and aged care providers,
                       HammondCare founded the Dementia Centre in 1995. With the aim to improve quality of
                       life for people living with dementia, DementiaCentre of HammondCare is recognized both
                       nationally and internationally as a leading resource and research centre for aged care.
                       Marie Alford is the Head of Implementation for the Dementia Centre, HammondCare leading
                       the development of the national Dementia Behaviour Management Advisory Services and
                       Severe Behaviour Response Teams. Marie has lectured and tutored at Universities, worked
                       in research and advocacy and presented at major dementia and aged care conferences
                       in Australia and internationally and led the development of a range of innovative dementia
                       training and education resources and packages.

  16:00   Panel Discussion 2:
          Bringing Accessible and Affordable Healthcare for All

                        1        What is the
                              ideal healthcare
                              continuum for an
                                                             2          What are the
                                                                      current barriers
                                                                      in realising this
                                                                                                    3         What are the
                                                                                                             solutions to this
                                                                                                             and how can we
                                 individual?                               ideal?                               finance it?


                       Dr Ow Chee Chung
                       Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital

                       Dr Thaworn Sakunphanit
                       Deputy Director, Health System Research Institute
                       Ministry of Public Health, Thailand

  17:00   Closing Remarks by Chairperson

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Post-Forum Workshops & Site Visit

                                POST-FORUM WORKSHOPS & SITE VISIT - 4 AUGUST 2017

    Timetable: Workshop A will run from 09:00 - 10:30. Workshop B will run from 11:00 - 12:30. Registration begins 30
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Workshop A: 09:00 - 10:30
Workshop A: Traits of a Successful Community-Based Healthcare Organisation
•     Discover the successful and inclusive organisation culture in a Community-Based healthcare
•     Examine its governance, business strategy, marketing expertise, financial controls, access to capital for expansion, leadership, and
      management competencies
•     Characteristics of a qualified care giver / care centre

                                               About Your Workshop Leader

                   Loh Shu Ching                 Ms Loh Shu Ching has 20 years of healthcare experience, with 8 of these in the ILTC
                   CEO                           sector. She started her career in the healthcare industry with Tan Tock Seng Hospital
                   Ren Ci Community              where she rotated through various administrative and operational units including Medical
                   Hospital                      Records, Case Management and Inpatient Operations. She was seconded to the Home
                                                 Nursing Foundation (HNF), a voluntary welfare organisation, as its General Manager in
                                                 April 2009. At HNF, she initiated HNF’s partnership with GPs to provide multidisciplinary
                                                 home care services. She became the CEO of Ren Ci Hospital in 2011. During her
                                                 tenure, Ren Ci started a Day Rehab Centre and SPICE in the Community Hospital and a
                                                 second nursing home and senior care centre in Bukit Batok St 52. The team is preparing
                                                 for another home and SCC in Ang Mo Kio to be opened in the 2nd half of this year. Shu
                                                 Ching chairs the Community Care Manpower Committee.

Workshop B: 11:00 - 12:30
Workshop B: Overcoming Shortage of Quality Staff by Redesigning and Improving
the Career Progression Path of the Healthcare Manpower Sector
•     Staff for advanced skill training so as to deepen specific skill and expertise
•     Building up basic competencies in areas
•     Review current skills set needed in the healthcare workforce
•     How to boost proficiency, productivity and broadly serve areas of needs within the healthcare ecosystem
•     Understand how to be future-oriented: Provide education in specialised medical skills which support integrated care management

Site Visit: 14:00 - 16:30

Site Visit to Alexandra Health System (AHS): Adjoining Khoo Teck Puat Hospital &
Yishun Community Hospital

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