Providing an equal level of healthcare to all segments of society is essential in increasingly sprawling Asian countries, but it can fragment resources. As consumers demand more affordable, convenient care amid a backdrop of demographic shifts and labour shortages, how can healthcare providers of the future keep up?

This November 15th-17th, the 3rd annual Future of Healthcare Week unifies the public, private and civil sectors across health and technology to advance progress toward a sustainable, unified system for all.

Join more than 4,000 healthcare leaders to discuss the vulnerabilities and opportunities in healthcare today and gain insights into the issues around healthcare-system vulnerabilities, healthy ageing and data application and ownership during the rise of Web 3.0.

For more details, please visit the Future of Healthcare Week website.

Featured speakers include:
Alice Budisatrijo, Head of misinformation policy, Asia-Pacific, Meta
Budi Gunadi Sadikin, Minister of Health, Indonesia
Jiadi Yu, Chief investment officer, International Finance Corporation
Kai-Fu Lee, Chairman and chief executive, Sinovation Ventures, and President, Sinovation Ventures Artificial Intelligence Institute
Nurul Izzah Anwar, Member of parliament, Permatang Pauh, Malaysia
Sutowo Wong, Director, analytics and information management division, Ministry of Health, Singapore

Reserve your free virtual pass now.

Delegate passes for the in-person event in Singapore are also available. Book your seat here and save 15% (use code: FOHCAL15) to get full access to:
● All Singapore in-person day sessions on Tuesday November 15th and/or Wednesday November 16th
● All virtual sessions on Thursday November 17th
● The networking platform 2 weeks before the event to set up meetings
● In-person networking opportunities

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