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I think the Congress is very important for both clinicians and people who are interested in research and improvement. The topics are really very relevant and it brings academia together with the clinicians so that we can listen to each other and look at what are the areas we can collaborate and improve on.








~ Assoc Prof 
Ong Biauw Chi  

Chairman, Medical Board,
Sengkang Health


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Regional Health Systems Symposium
Regional Health Systems for Better Population Health

 Track type: Symposium

Date: 22 Sep 2018


 Time: 0935 - 1105

Location: Academia, Level 1, L1-S3

The Regional Health System (RHS) has been established to develop and strengthen partnerships across care providers in the region, both private and public, and across tertiary, primary and community care settings, to deliver integrated care to the population. The speakers in this symposium will share their experience in the design of the RHS, how the use of data and research can be incorporated into clinical practice, and conducting pragmatic research at the population level to examine the impact of RHS on population health outcomes.


Measuring the Impact of Regional Health Systems on Population Health


Speaker: Prof Lesley Curtis



Co-creating the SingHealth Regional Health System for Better Population Health


Speaker: Adj Prof Lee Chien Earn



Augmented Intelligence and Population Health


Speaker: Mrs Farhana Nakhooda



From Experience to Evidence to Implementation: Lessons From A Transitional Care Program


Speaker: Assoc Prof Lee Kheng Hock



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