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5th Annual Healthcare Facilities Asia 2018

8 – 11 May 2018, One Farrer Hotel & Spa, Singapore

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overview

Invest, Design, Build and Modernise! Asia’s ONLY event offering an end to end perspective on Healthcare Facilities to improve patient outcomes!

In a region with widening demographics from ageing populations to high-growth emerging markets, investors, owners and operators are faced with many challenges in operating integrated healthcare facilities that improve patient outcomes.

Part of IBC Asia’s 4th Asia Healthcare Summit, the 5th Annual Healthcare Facilities Asia conference centre stages key Government plans for healthcare facilities, country project showcases and investment opportunities and operating efficiency benchmarks.

Part of

Asia Healthcare Summit >>

Co-Located Events

Health Insurance Asia >>
Healthcare Facilities Asia >>
Digital Healthcare Asia >>

agenda

9:00 am

This workshop aims to provide strategic training for health care professionals and how to implement digital strategy. Highlighting discussions on how to provide health care systems with changing technology, advanced applications on digitally enabled healthcare and share expert knowledge in the field of digital health.

Key Training Course Take Aways

  • Explore ways to shift the perception of digital health from an added benefit to the standard method of receiving health care services
  • Discuss strategies for implementing a system-wide digital health approach for both newly executed and expanding programs
  • Unite mobile and telehealth services to increase access and better coordinate care
  • Promote physician buy-in and engagement in digital health programs
  • Examine direct-to-consumer telehealth and its impact on the health care industry

Workshop Leader:

Dan Levitt
Executive Director, Tabor Village, Adjunct Professor, University of British Columbia, Adjunct Professor, Simon Fraser University, Board Member, Global Aging Network

Dan Levitt is an acclaimed international speaker, elder care leader, writer, and gerontologist, specializing in helping others to create better lives for seniors.  Dan’s purpose is to teach millions of people how to transform the lives of older adults across the globe.  As a popular professional speaker, he has delivered inspiring keynote speeches impacting thousands of people on four continents.  Dan doesn’t tell people where to go but guides them in the direction of where they need to go.  His talks leave the audience with a new mindset on aging needed to thrive in the 21st century.

8:00 am

Day 1 Main Conference Registration and Morning Coffee

9:05 am

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

OPENING KEYNOTE SESSION. JOINT PLENARY SESSIONS WITH 5TH HEALTHCARE FACILITIES ASIA SUMMIT

9:10 am

How Hospitals Can Become Health Insurers?

Howard Gold, Vice President, Chief Managed Care Business Development Officer, Northwell Health, United States

9:40 am

  • Where is the healthcare services market headed, and how is it influencing investment?
  • How are specific demand segments impacting the need for facilities and insurance?
  • Empowered patients and their influence on quality of care
  • Digitalisation touchpoints – are we adapting fast enough?
  • How an ageing population affects digital technologies and healthcare design, and health insurance
  • Insurance industry response to the changing market – New products and needs of healthcare services

10:30 am

Morning Networking and Refreshment Break

5TH ANNUAL HEALTHCARE FACILITIES CONFERENCE COMMENCES

11:10 am

5th Annual Healthcare Facilities Asia Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

SMART HEALTHCARE FACILITIES

11:20 am

  • Leadership thoughts on what makes hospitals smart
  • Linking smart decisions with structural, operational safety, technology and design at a reasonable cost-to-benefit ratio 
  • Demonstrating linkages to quality of service and patient outcomes
  • Technology trends visible, and being applied in healthcare facilities

 

TRENDS IN ERGONOMIC AND EVIDENCE BASED DESIGN

12:00 pm

  • Standards and trends that are improving in-patient experience
  • Considerations for future proofing when designing a new facility
  • Additional safety considerations when upgrading an existing facility
  • Reducing patient risks through facility design

 

12:30 pm

Networking Lunch

1:30 pm

This session will focus on how the factors of a healthcare facility influences the possibility of infection, and how to influence these factors to control infection. These factors include, proper administration of healthcare wastes, design of patient care areas, design of operating rooms and maintaining air quality to reduce chances of in-patient infection.

2:00 pm

 

  • How does feedback of Internal End Users (Surgeons, Operating Rooms, Nursing, Administration) help design better
  • Close look at Operational efficiencies
  • More answerability for the design, manpower costs for operating hospital,
  • Better compartmentalization of Diagnostic and Therapeutic areas
  • Use of changing way of Informational Technology, Minimal Invasive Techniques, reducing foot print of Hospital size

 

2:30 pm

  • How does a proficiently designed operating room reduce surgical site infections and medical errors
  • How can facility design improve safety of healthcare staff and patients?
  • Human factors and safer design in highlight
  • Management of hazardous substance handling, operation and meeting OSHA
  • Case study of specifics proficiently designed operating room

For speaking opportunities, please contact Natalie Wee Tel: +65 65082876 | Email: natalie.wee@ibcasia.com.sg

3:00 pm

Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break

TRANSFORMATION AND INNOVATION IN PURPOSE-BUILD FACILITIES

3:30 pm

  • Geriatric healthcare facilities planning
  • Need of the aged healthcare hubs
  • Gaps in geriatric healthcare
  • Segments and sub segments required for integrated aged healthcare
  • Financing of geriatric healthcare hubs
  • Role of IT in aged healthcare hubs

4:00 pm

  • The role of healthcare facilities design in minimizing human errors during the delivery of care
  • How considerations of the human factor improve clinical and operational transformation
  • Human factor’s engineering strategies that deliver excellence in patient centric care

 

4:30 pm

  • Impact of a hospital’s physical environment on the well-being of staff and families as well as the healing process of patients
  • Shift from pathogenic concept of hospital design concept of diseases and health towards emphasis on health-promoting experiences and processes
  • Broader perspective of healthcare requiring the psychological and social needs of patients to be addressed along with traditional requirements of economic, functionality efficiency and risk exposure concerns

5:30 pm

Chairperson’s Summary and End of Main Conference Day One

8:55 am

Day 2 Main Conference

9:00 am

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

INVESTMENT AND EXPANSION

9:05 am

  • 2018/2019 global healthcare sector spending
  • Asian patient segmentation and demand for new facilities
  • Understanding the investment climates for new hospitals and establishments
  • Investing, expanding and retrofitting – who is doing what in the region

For speaking opportunities, please contact Natalie Wee Tel: +65 65082876 | Email: natalie.wee@ibcasia.com.sg

9:30 am

  • Considering factors for Greenfield vs. Brownfield & Acquisition ventures
  • Raising equity for rapid expansion in emerging markets
  • Project updates and opportunities from Siloam Hospitals

HEALTHCARE OPERATIONS & PRODUCTIVITY MANAGEMENT

10:00 am

  • Working with government initiatives and differences in policies in the Northern Emirates
  • How a population’s needs affect healthcare facility design
  • Intricacies in designing a healthcare facility for an emerging market

10:30 am

Morning Networking and Refreshment Break

11:00 am

  • Challenges of designing a seamless process flow for both patients and healthcare providers
  • Benefits of an efficient process flow for both patients and healthcare providers
  • Updates on Tan Tock Seng’s design Master Plan.

For speaking opportunities, please contact Natalie Wee Tel: +65 65082876 | Email: natalie.wee@ibcasia.com.sg

 

11:30 am

 

  • Complexities in maintaining patient care through major infrastructure upgrades
  • Identifying key considerations during upgrades
  • Designing a seamless upgrading process

 

 

 

12:00 pm

  • Adaptive designs to support an everchanging healthcare landscape
  • Space and structural planning for a flexible healthcare design
  • Best practices in developing a facility with a predictive focus
  • Benefits of having a predictive focus in designing facilities

 

12:40 pm

Networking Lunch

FACILITY DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT

1:40 pm

  • Healthcare master plan
  • Hospital requirements, design, facilities and emergency clinics
  • Investments in pipelines
  • Overcoming the challenges in enabling healthcare in remote locations

For speaking opportunities, please contact Natalie Wee Tel: +65 65082876 | Email: natalie.wee@ibcasia.com.sg

2:10 pm

  • Facility Management Issues in an ageing hospital
  • Overcoming the challenges that arises in an ageing hospital
  • Ensuring smooth support to the clinicians

2:40 pm

  • Construction of new $95 million health and aged care facility at St Vincent’s Health Australia
  • Spotlight on key services and facilities needed
  • Commissioning plan timelines
  • Design and contractor management
  • CAPEX and OPEX management

3:10 pm

This session will focus on the upward trend of healthcare facilities needing to be flexible to accommodate future requirements and technologies. It will address the challenges of incorporating the space and structural requirements as well as modular design and demountable walls into existing facilities.

For speaking opportunities, please contact Natalie Wee Tel: +65 65082876 | Email: natalie.wee@ibcasia.com.sg

3:40 pm

Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break

CLOSING PLENARY

4:10 pm

  • Updates on innovative healthcare delivery models in 2018
  • The move towards preventive healthcare – strategies, investment plans, roadmap ahead
  • Personalized medicine – where are we now and where are we heading?
  • The impact of an integrated healthcare delivery system on patient’s experience
  • Market Penetration with new distribution channel and pricing
  • Connecting Social Insurance, Medicare, Commercial Insurance

For speaking opportunities, please contact Natalie Wee Tel: +65 65082876 | Email: natalie.wee@ibcasia.com.sg

4:40 pm

End of Conference Day Two

9:00 am

About this Workshop

Healthcare providers have to respond to demands for effective, integrated, high quality healthcare services. Knowledge of Joint Commission International standards and related quality improvement and risk management principles are desired by healthcare professionals and leaders to enable them to design, plan, and deliver complex clinical care.

Workshop Objectives

  • Understand new Joint Commission International standards that relate to quality and patient safety
  • Collaborate with healthcare professionals to select and improve a patient/healthcare process
  • Apply core performance improvement and lean concepts to redesign more efficient processes
  • Apply proactive risk reduction strategies to design new processes
  • Understand the principles of measuring for improvement

Workshop Leader

Dr. Subashnie Devkaran, Senior Manager – Accreditation, Quality and Patient Safety Institute Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi; International Consultant, Joint Commission Resources, United Arab Emirates

 

pricing

Packages Price
2 Day Conference$3395$3195Early BirdEarly Bird
Extras Price
Pre Conference Workshop $500
Post Conference Workshop $500
Packages Price
2 Day Conference$2395$2195Early BirdEarly Bird
Extras Price
Pre Conference Workshop $500
Post Conference Workshop $500

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For Group Registrations of more than 3 team members, please email info@ibcasia.com.sg or call +65 6508 2477

  • Multiple Bookings Discount pricing is applicable to groups of 2 or more delegates from the same organisation registering for the same event, at the same time.
  • Fee stated is the discounted price PER DELEGATE. Only one discount applies; either the early bird rate OR group rate.
  • All fees stated include luncheons, refreshments and complete set of documentation. It does not include the cost of accommodation and travel.
  • All delegates from Singapore-based companies are required to pay an additional 7% GST (SINGAPORE EVENTS ONLY)

Sponsorship

Partnership and Profile Building Opportunities are Now Available!
Contact us today to find out how you can position your company as a market leader at this event, and to explore the range of branding and marketing opportunities available.

speakers

Dan Levitt

Executive Director, Tabor Village, Adjunct Professor, University of British Columbia, Adjunct Professor, Simon Fraser University, Board Member, Global Aging Network

Howard Gold

Vice President, Chief Managed Care Business Development Officer, Northwell Health, United States

Budi Legowo

Group Director of Finance, Siloam Hospitals, Indonesia

Stephen Chan

Acting Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Woodlands Integrated Health Campus

Simon Johnson

Head of Claims QBE Asia Pacific, Singapore

Dr. Raja Sekhar Gujju

Chief Executive Officer – Northern Emirates (Affordable Segment) Anglo Arabian Healthcare, United Arab Emirates

John Yoon

Director (Asia Pacific) Joint Commission International, Singapore

Santosh Rathi

Senior VP – Biomedical Services Columbia Asia Hospitals, India

Dr Koppala Ravi Babu

Chief Admin Officer, Prof and HOD, Department of Hospital Administration Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, India

Dr. Yin Shan Qing

Senior Principal Human Factors Specialist, KK Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Singapore

Dr Ashendu Pandey

Chief Operating Officer, Burjeel Hospital, Oman

Yong Seow Kin

Group Director of Facilities Development SingHealth, Singapore

Goh Mia Siang

Director of Facilities Management Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

Christine Flett

Chief Executive Officer & Director of Nursing St Vincent’s Private Hospital – Werribee, Australia

Monojit Mitra

Facility Director FV Hospital, Saigon, Vietnam

Tong Ien Ling

Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, Health Informatics Director, Jiahui International Hospital, Shanghai

Dr. Yi Mien Koh

Managing Director, Health & Employee Benefits AXA, Hong Kong

Dr. Subashnie Devkaran

Senior Manager - Accreditation, Quality and Patient Safety Institute Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi; International Consultant, Joint Commission Resources, United Arab Emirates

when & where

08 - 11 May 2018

One Farrer Hotel & Spa
1 Farrer Park Station Road
Singapore 217562
T: +65 6363 0101
F: +65 6705 7856

contact

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Sponsorship Opportunities
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Speaking Opportunities
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+65-6508 2876
natalie.wee@ibcasia.com.sg

Media & Association Partnership Opportunities
June Tan
+65 6508 2465
June.Tan@ibcasia.com.sg

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