The Inaugural Duke/Duke-NUS CoRE Joint Program...

  • DATE & TIME

    24 May 2017
    08:30am - 03:00pm

  • PLACE

    Amphitheatre, Level 2, Duke-NUS Medical School

  • Contact

    CoRE@duke-nus.edu.sg or +65 6601 5147

ABOUT THE EVENT

The Inaugural Duke/Duke-NUS CoRE Joint Program on Health Policy and Innovation

Amid rising healthcare costs and evolving medical needs, value-based healthcare has the potential to transform healthcare systems. It aims to deliver high quality, cost-effective care, focusing on outcomes that are meaningful to the patient. Health policy makers, regulators, healthcare providers, academia and industry all play important and distinct roles in developing implementation strategies for this new model of care delivery, which remain to be defined and optimized.    
          

Speakers of the event

Prof. Mark McClellan

Professor of Business Medicine and Policy
Director, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, Duke University
Former Commissioner, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Former Administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Prof. Kenneth Kwek

Chief Executive Officer
Singapore General Hospital
SingHealth

 

Dr. Daphne Khoo

Group Director
Healthcare Performance Group
Executive Director
Agency for Care Effectiveness
Ministry of Health
Singapore

A/Prof. Lee Chien Earn

Chief Executive Officer
Changi General Hospital
Director of Education
Director of the Office of Innovation
Eastern Health Alliance

 

A/Prof. Krishna Udayakumar

Global Health and Medicine
Duke Global Health Institute
Duke University

Prof. Julian Thumboo

Director
SingHealth Health Services Research Centre
SingHealth

 

Mr. Nawal Roy

Chief Executive Officer
Holmusk

Dr. Karen Wai

Vice President
Regional Managing Director
Real-World Evidence Solutions APAC
QuintilesIMS

 

Prof. Gregory Daniel

Deputy Director
Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy
Duke University

A/Prof John Lim

Executive Director
Centre of Regulatory Excellence
Duke-NUS Medical School
Deputy Director
Medical Services (Industry and Research Matters)
Ministry of Health
Singapore