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‘’Healthcare providers are aware of the long-term cost benefits of cloud solutions; what they are looking for now are reliable technology partners who can address their concerns over data privacy and …

‘’Healthcare providers are aware of the long-term cost benefits of cloud solutions; what they are looking for now are reliable technology partners who can address their concerns over data privacy and security. ‘’ –Pharmatimes, October 2013

Select your dream technology partner this 4th Electronic Health records!
With our Open Sharing session on EHR technology, YOU get the chance to voice your thoughts out or hear from our speakers and attendees their experiences with various vendors and learn from their challenges faced and select the RIGHT EHR technology which suits your needs!

In addition, don’t miss our brand new sessions on EHR’s data privacy & security & its data protection laws!

Introducing our panel of expert speakers!
 Jovita Aragona, Information Technology Officer III, Department of Health, Philippines
 Johan A. Hutauruk, IT Director, Jakarta Eye Centre, Indonesia
 Md. Khadzir b Sheikh Haji Ahmad, Deputy Director, Health Informatic Centre, Ministry of Health, Malaysia
 Suresh Poonudurai, CEO, Malaysian Healthcare, Malaysia
 Stephen Chu, Chief Clinical Informatician & Terminologist, NEHTA, Australia
 Robert P. Jalleh, Chairman, Alpha Specialist Centre, Malaysia
 Marc Hsu, Director, Medical Informatics Centre, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taiwan
 Bryan Tan, Partner, Pinsent Mason Mpillay, Singapore

www.electronichealthasia.com

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  • 1. Produced by: www.electronichealthasia.com IBC HEALTHCARE Supported by: International Marketing Partner: 4TH ANNUAL Advancing Patient Centred EHRs in Asia Featuring Experts from Government & Healthcare: Department of Health, Philippines Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taiwan Ministry of Health, Malaysia Malaysia Healthcare Max Healthcare, India National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA), Australia Bangkok Healthcare, Thailand Hamamatsu University Hospital, Japan Siloam Hospitals Jambi, Indonesia Zulekha Hospital, UAE Top Reasons to Attend Understand the business case for investing in EHRs Hear leading EHR initiatives & opportunities in Asia Learn effective change management strategies for patient/physician adoption Determine the meaningful use of EHR data for improved patient care Select the right EHR technology & platform for your business Participate in networking opportunities to establish business partnerships Pre-Conference Workshop: 17 June 2014 • 9am – 5pm Successful Change & Performance Management for EHR Adoption Post-Conference Workshop: 20 June 2014 • 9am – 5pm The Business Case for EHRs: Ensuring Returns on Your Investment GRAND COPTHORNE WATERFRONT HOTEL, SINGAPORE Co-located with: Ministry of Defence (MINDEF), Singapore Media Partners: Healthcare
  • 2. 0800 Registration Opens & Morning Coffee 0850 Welcome from IBC Asia & Speed Networking 0900 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Suresh Ponnudurai, CEO, Malaysia Healthcare, Malaysia LEADING EHR INITIATIVES & OPPORTUNITIES IN THE ASIAN REGION 0910 Hong Kong’s Public-Private Interface Electronic Health Record (PPI – EHR) Developments • Hong Kong’s healthcare transformation to allow integrated, real-time patient based information sharing among clinics, private and public hospitals • Challenges faced when setting up the EHR sharing platform • Protecting data privacy and system security with an EHR- specific legislation • Future steps in Hong Kong’s EHR development plan Winnie Tang, Co-founder & Board Member, eHealth Consortium, Hong Kong 0950 Japan’s Challenges with Integrating EHRs with Health Insurance Systems • The interoperability difficulties in linking health records with insurance • Coping with funding challenges • Getting small hospitals and clinics to adopt • Future initiatives to further the adoption and implementation of EHR Michio Kimura, Professor , Medicine and Medical Informatics, Director ,Medical Informatics Department, Hamamatsu University Hospital, President, Japan Association of Medical Informatics (JAMI), Chairman, HL7 Japan, Japan 1030 Morning Refreshment & Networking Break 1100 Taiwan’s Experience in Implementing a National EHR and EMR Exchange System • Introduction to the framework of Taiwan’s National EHR model and EMR exchange system model • Tackling interoperability challenges during implementation • Overcoming the lack of patient information transparency • Lessons learnt and future initiatives Marc Hsu, Director, Medical Informatics Centre, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taiwan 1140 Driving Consumer Adoption of Personal Health Records (PHR) & Personal Health Management (PHM) • Dealing with IT literacy barriers for senior consumers • Improving health literacy among consumers • Encouraging the adoption of PHRs to develop health information exchange • Comparison of consumer profiles from developed and developing countries and driving adoption in developing countries Niranjan Kumar, CIO, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, India 1220 Networking Lunch VIP 1: Nipit Piravej, CEO, Bangkok Healthcare, Thailand VIP 2: Niranjan Kumar, CIO, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, India VIP 3: Marc Hsu, Director, Medical Informatics Centre, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taiwan If you would like to be seated on a table with the above guests in an exclusive lunch setting, please register your interest with weifang.sim@ibcasia.com.sg. Limited seats available! REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.electronichealthasia.com 44THTH ANNUANNUALAL 18 June 2014 | Wednesday CONFERENCE DAY ONE CHANGE MANAGEMENT & ADOPTION OF EHRs 1400 Driving Physician Adoption of EHR Technology • How to get doctors and other healthcare professionals to engage in EHR development • What are the key barriers preventing physician adoption of EHR systems? • Examining what governments can do to improve adoption in private practices Zakirul Karim, COO, Ispahani Islamia Eye Institute and Hospitals, Bangladesh 1440 Effective Communication & Stakeholder Engagement for EHR Adoption • Facilitating knowledge sharing between providers and IT personnel • Impact on patient-provider relationship • Overcoming the communication barriers for a smooth EHR implementation KishnanPakkal, Director,Operations, ZulekhaHospital, Dubai, UAE 1520 Afternoon Refreshment & Networking Break PARTNERSHIPS & COLLABORATION FOR IMPLEMENTING EHRs 1550 Standards, Regulations & Infrastructure for the Development of EHR in Southeast Asia • What is being done to promote EHR in SEA? • Status update of EHR implementation • Challenges faced and how these can be tackled • What initiatives are put in place to further the uptake of EHRs? • Opportunities in Asia Moderator: Nipit Piravej, CEO, Bangkok Healthcare, Thailand Panelists: Jovita Aragona, Information Technology Officer III, Department of Health, Philippines Johan A. Hutauruk, ITDirector, Jakarta Eye Centre, Indonesia Md. Khadzir b Sheikh Haji Ahmad, Deputy Director, Health Informatic Centre, Ministry of Health, Malaysia 1650 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks & End of Conference Day One PANELDISCUSSION “Hospital-based EMR market to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.5% through 2016” ~ Companies and Markets, August 2013 “Asia-Pacific health cloud market to grow 22.3% a year” ~ PharmaTimes, October 2013
  • 3. 0900 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Suresh Ponnudurai, CEO, Malaysia Healthcare, Malaysia THE BUSINESS CASE FOR EHRs 0910 Evaluating the Business Case for Investing in EHR Technology • Understanding the costs vs value of an EHR system to different stakeholders (government, regulators, insurers, healthcare professions, consumers) • What are the benefits of EHR? • How do you quantify the return on investment for stakeholders? • Implementing a successful EHR business model Suresh Ponnudurai, CEO, Malaysia Healthcare, Malaysia PATIENT CENTRED EHRs 0950 Achieving Meaningful Use of EHRs • Application of EHR for patient benefit • Structure of a meaningful EHR • Optimizing EHR application in healthcare delivery set up Joy Chakraborty, Chief Operation Officer, P. D., Hinduja Hospital, India 1030 Morning Refreshment & Networking Break 1100 Evaluating EHR Usability & Areas of Improvement • What constitutes a user-friendly EHR system • Using EHRs to improve clinical quality, safety and efficiency • Areas of improvement in future EHRs Zheng Jye Ling, Medical Informatics Analyst, National University Health Systems (NUHS), Medical Informatician, Ministry of Defence (MINDEF), Singapore EHR STANDARDS & APPLICATIONS 1140 Blending Standards andWorkflow to Achieve Sustainable EHR Adoption • Relationships between standards, interoperability and analytics • Common challenges in the development, adoption and implementation of EHR solutions • Design methodology to incorporate clinical workflow, terminologies and common datasets in EHR models Adam Chee, Chief Advocate Officer, Binary Healthcare, Singapore 1220 Networking Lunch 1400 Principles of Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) in EHRs Hugh Leislie, CEO, Ocean Informatics, Australia REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.electronichealthasia.com 44THTH ANNUANNUALAL 19 June 2014 | Thursday CONFERENCE DAY TWO LEADING EHR TECHNOLOGIES & SOLUTIONS 1440 EHR Technology, Interoperability & Experiences • Criteria for selecting the right EHR technology • Assessing the right partner • Sharing of experiences with various partners during EMR/EHR implementation Panelists Jovita Aragona, Information Technology Officer III, Department of Health, Philippines Pradeep Saha, SeniorVicePresident,IT, Max Healthcare, India Nipit Piravej, CEO, Bangkok Healthcare, Thailand If you have leading EHR technology and solutions and would like to showcase your innovation in front of the healthcare industry stakeholders, please contact annna.lee@ibcasia.com.sg 1540 Afternoon Refreshment & Networking Break ENSURING PRIVACY & SECURITY 1610 Enhancing Privacy & Security • Challenges faced and how they were overcome • What is the next step? • Privacy and security goals to be achieved Pradeep Saha, Senior Vice President, IT, Max Healthcare, India 1650 Singapore’s Data Protection Policies & the Implications for Singapore’s EHR Implementation • Development of data protection laws in Singapore • Guidelines to ensure data integrity, accuracy and security • Ensuring compliance during EHR data sharing • Impact of data protection laws on EHR implementation Bryan Tan, Partner, Pinsent Masons Mpillay, Singapore 1720 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks & End of the 4th Electronic Health Records Conference OPENDISCUSSION
  • 4. REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.electronichealthasia.com 44THTH ANNUANNUALAL WORKSHOPS Evelyn’s experience and expertise covers many facets of health informatics especially standards development, health terminology and electronic health records including knowledge management and ontology. Evelyn is known nationally and internationally as a distinguished Australian health informatician who has made major contributions to the discipline since 1984 with several current honorary positions, many speaking invitations and publications. Her work is guided by her vision for a sustainable national health system via the adoption of e-Health technologies. Pre-Conference Workshop: 17 June 2014 • 9am – 5pm Successful Change & Performance Management for EHR Adoption Implementing EHR is not as simple as just introducing a new technology. Change can be difficult yet critical and having a good change management plan can determine the success or failure of your EHR transitions. In this workshop, attendees will understand the many crucial aspects of managing change, to formulate strategies in integrating EHRs into daily practice. Topics to be discussed include: Approaches to EHR change management Strategies in building a structured EHR implementation plan Understand the reasons why people resist change Getting people to embrace the changes Increasing EHR returns with good change management About Your Workshop Leader: Dr Alexander Varghese Chief Operating Officer & Executive Consultant, Siloam Hospitals Jambi, Indonesia Post-Conference Workshop: 20 June 2014 • 9am – 5pm The Business Case for EHRs: Ensuring Returns on Your Investment About Your Workshop Leader:EHRs have been gaining recognition for strategically and systematically reducing medical errors and thus improving the quality of patient care. However, implementing the EHR requires significant amount of capital and the high costs are one of the major barriers in the adoption of EHRs.This workshop provides participants with the key criteria for developing an effective business case for investing in EHRs, to manage risk and deliver true value for the organization. Topics to be discussed include: Developing an effective business plan for EHR adoption Crucial factors when putting together a business case Analysis of the business case Minimizing costs & risks in EHR implementation Maximizing the returns on investment Ensuring a successful EHR system implementation Prof. Evelyn Hovenga CEO, Director & Trainer, ehealth Education, Australia Dr Alexander Varghese is a Healthcare professional with over 12+ years of wide-ranging experience in managing Hospital Operations, Projects, Hospital Planning and Commissioning, Strategic Planning, Hospital Quality Systems Management. He completed his Masters in Health Services Management from Apollo Institute of Hospital Management and began his management career in Apollo Hospital Ahmedabad. Currently, Chief Operating Officer & Executive Consultant – Siloam Hospitals – Jambi, Indonesia which is the largest private healthcare provider in Indonesia with currently 14 hospital units functioning and 7 hospitals currently under construction. Siloam Hospital, Jambi is a 120 bed hospital in the province of Jambi and is housed with all the latest medical equipment’s a technology which includes an MRI, CT scan, state of the art Laboratory, 3 operating rooms, 10 bed ICU and all latest facilities. The Siloam Hospital Jambi provides to the people of the province Jambi world class services in Neurology and Neurosurgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Urology amongst other specialties. He is experienced, in assessing healthcare organizations in India, UAE, Seychelles, Indonesia, Oman and Tanzania for their compliance to good hospital management practices and international accreditation standards
  • 5. REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.electronichealthasia.com Are you... Co-located with: Aware of the true business case for investing in EHR? Facing EHR adoption & implementation difficulties? Unsure about EHR standards? Curious about leading EHR models & initiatives? Anxious to maximize the returns for your EHR investment? Trying to achieve meaningful use of your EHR? If you answered yesto these questions, then this conference is for you! Come join us this 17th – 20th June 2014 for the 4th Electronic Health Records Conference in Asia. This conference is the meeting place for healthcare operations and IT professionals, senior executives and decision makers in healthcare from both private and public hospitals/clinics, healthcare groups, health research institutes and government agencies to come together to discuss Asia’s growth and progress in the implementation of EHR and also the various challenges faced across the region. For sponsorship enquiries, please contact Ann Na Lee at Tel: +65 6508 2470 Email: annna.lee@ibcasia.com.sg BY SECTORS ■ Private & Public Hospitals 40% ■ Government 20% ■ Health Research Institutes/ Academia 5% ■ Medical Technologies 10% ■ Software Solutions 10% ■ Consultants 15% Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities Available!! • Showcase your latest EHR/EMR technology solutions • Meet & network with senior decision makers in Asia • Position your brand as the market leader in Asia and stand out from the competition • Generate new business contacts and strengthen existing accounts Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities Available!! What Makes this Event Unique? It is the ONLY EHR focused event in Asia 10+ EHR project highlights New sessions on • Personal Health Management • Change Management • Maximizing your EHR Returns On Investment (ROI) Exclusive networking opportunities – Join our VIP lunch tables and meet experts in an exclusive lunch setting!! Who You Will Meet BY COUNTRY ■ Singapore 40% ■ Malaysia 20% ■ Indonesia 15% ■ Rest of South East Asia 10% ■ Japan / Korea 3% ■ USA / Europe 2% ■ Australia / New Zealand 5% ■ China / Hong Kong 5% 4TH ANNUAL Advancing Patient Centred EHRs in Asia GRAND COPTHORNE WATERFRONT HOTEL, SINGAPORE IBC HEALTHCARE
  • 6. ENJOY SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS WITH OUR MULTIPLE BOOKING DISCOUNT! REGISTER NOW! FAX BACK TO +65 6508 2407 HOTEL INFORMATION DATA PROTECTION PAYMENT TERMS CANCELLATIONS / SUBSTITUTION IMPORTANT NOTE This label contains your priority booking code. To expedite registration, please do not remove label. If you have already received a copy of this brochure, we apologise. For reasons of confidentiality, your full particulars were not available to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd for deduplication prior to mail drop. 6 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER Email register@ibcasia.com.sg Customer Service Hotline +65 6508 2401 Fax +65 6508 2407 Web www.electronichealthasia.com ❑ Yes! I/We will attend the 4th Annual Electronic Health Records | 17 – 20 June 2014, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore REGNO.200108203N 4th Annual Electronic Health Records ❑ I would like to purchase the conference presentations at SGD1000 + GST (SGD1070) per log in. RESERVE YOUR PLACE TODAY! CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS The best way to pay by credit card is through our secure on-line registration process, simply log on to the website at www.electronichealthasia.com and click “Register On-line”. If you would prefer to pay over the phone please complete the contact name and details and our Customer Services Team will call within 24 hours to take payment. As we treat your credit card information in the strictest confidence, please do not send payment details by email. Credit card contact: Department: Direct phone number: Email: P46239 Payment Method (Please tick:) ❑ I enclose my bankers draft / cheque payable to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd ❑ I am paying by bank transfer (copy attached) ❑ Payment by Credit Card. (AMEX, VISA or MasterCard accepted) Payment must be received 10 business days prior to the event. To take advantage of discounts with an expiry date, registration and payment must be received by the cut-off date. • Payment by bankers draft or cheque in S$ or US$ should be made in favour of “IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd” and mailed to: IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd c/o Informa Regional Business Services 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06 Singapore 238164 Attn: The Accounts Receivable Team • Payment by bank transfer in S$ or US$ made payable to: IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd A/C No.:147-059513-001 (S$) A/C No.:260-457866-178 (US$) The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited 21 Collyer Quay, HSBC Building Singapore 049320 Bank Swift Code: HSBCSGSG Bank Code: 7232 • Payment by Credit Card (AMEX, VISA or MasterCard). The best way to pay by credit card is through our secure portal built into the website. To pay by phone please indicate the contact name and details below and our Customer Services Team will call within 24 hours to take payment. Please do not send credit card information by email. SAVE WITH THE EARLY BIRD & SPECIAL RATES! If undelivered, please return to: 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06, Singapore 238164 Tel: +65 6508 2400 Fax: +65 6508 2408 The personal information entered during your registration/order, or provided by you, will be held on a database and may be shared with companies in the Informa Group in the UK and internationally. Occasionally, your details may be obtained from or shared with external companies who wish to communicate with you offers related to your business activities. If you do not wish your details to be used for this purpose, please contact our Database Department at Email: database@ibcasia.com.sg, Tel: +65 6508 2400 or Fax: +65 6508 2408. Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge. Cancellations must be received in writing at least 10 business days before the start of the event, to receive a refund less 10% processing fee per registration. The company regrets that no refund will be made available for cancellation notifications received less than 10 business days before the event. Please quote the name of the delegate, event title and invoice number on the advice when remitting payment. Bank charges are to be deducted from participating organisations own accounts. Please fax your payment details (copy of remittance advice, cheque or draft to +65 6508 2407). Attendance will only be permitted upon receipt of full payment. Participants wishing to register at the door are responsible to ensure all details are as published. IBC assumes no further liability or obligation, beyond the refund of the paid registration fee, in the event of postponement or cancellation by IBC. MAIL the attached registration form with your cheque to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd c/o Informa Regional Business Services 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06, Singapore 238164 Scan the QR Code with your smartphone and register today Early Bird Rate Register & pay on or before 11 Apr 2014 FEE PER DELEGATE Special Rate Register & pay on or before 9 May 2014 Group Rate (3 or more delegates) Normal Rate Register & pay after 9 May 2014 ❑ 2 Day Conference only ❑ 3 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + ❑ Pre Workshop OR ❑ Post Workshop SGD 4,195 SGD 4,395 SGD 4,495 SGD 4,095❑ 4 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + Both Workshops GROUP BONUS – Register 3 Delegates from the same company and the 4th Delegate attends FREE! SGD 3,595 SGD 3,795 SGD 3,895 SGD 3,495 SGD 2,795 SGD 2,995 SGD 3,095 SGD 2,695 • Multiple Bookings Discount pricing is applicable to groups of 3 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 special 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. • Registration fees are subject to the prevailing government tax HOSPITALS, INSTITUTES & GOVERNMENT RATE ❑ 2 Day Conference only ❑ 3 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + ❑ Pre Workshop OR ❑ Post Workshop ❑ 4 Day Package: 2 Day Conference + Both Workshops SGD 2,895 SGD 3,095 SGD 3,195 SGD 2,795 SGD 2,395 SGD 2,595 SGD 2,695 SGD 2,295 SGD 1,795 SGD 1,995 SGD 2,095 SGD 1,695 Who is Head of your Department? Who is Head of Training? Company Information Company Name: Address: Main Business/Activity: Postal Code: Please photocopy for additional delegates FREE GROUP DISCOUNT Delegate 1 Details Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Job Title: Department Tel: Mobile No.: Email: Delegate 2 Details Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Job Title: Department Tel: Mobile No.: Email: Delegate 3 Details Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Job Title: Department Tel: Mobile No.: Email: Delegate 4 Details Name: Dr/Mr/Ms Job Title: Department Tel: Mobile No.: Email: Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel 392 Havelock Road, Singapore 169663 Contact Person: Tan Ai Li, Asst Director of Events Tel: +65 6233 1301 | Fax: +65 6233 1177 Mobile: +65 9006 2431INDUSTRY RATE

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