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17 – 20 June 2014
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CONFERENCE DAY ONE
18 June 2014
Wed...
08:50 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
Dilshaad Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer,
Asia Medical Group/Tam Tri Hospitals, Vie...
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WORKSHOPS
This engaging and interac...
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Healthcare Facilities Asia Conference

  1. 1. Healthcare Produced by: Media Partners: www.healthcarefacilitiesasia.com IBC Healthcare 17 – 20 June 2014 Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore Capturing Asia’s Healthcare Facility Growth Opportunities Industry Experts Include: Top Reasons To Attend Learn from 27+ healthcare facility experts Hear 14+ case studies from major hospitals in Asia, Australia & the Middle East Understand the evolving Asian healthcare landscape from key hospital CEOs Develop sustainable & smart energy solutions for your healthcare facility Gather insights on successful Public- Private Partnerships (PPPs) Meet & build business partnerships during the networking sessions Teodoro Herbosa Undersecretary of Health, Department of Health, Philippines Dilshaad Ali Group Chief Executive Officer, Asia Medical Group/ Tam Tri Hospitals, Vietnam Jeffrey Staples Chief Operating Officer, Al Noor Hospital, UAE Sameer Khan Chief Executive Officer, Rockland Hospital, India Haji Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman Chief Executive Officer, KPJ Seremban Specialist Hospital, Malaysia Jerry Ong Vice President, Architecture, CPG Consultants, Singapore Maria Boey Yuet Mei Vice President, Architecture, Surbana International Consultants, Singapore Abundio Balgos President & CEO, The Health Centrum Hospital & Wellness Center, Philippines Bruce Knapp Managing Principal, B+H Architects, Singapore Siew Mei Lim Executive Manager, Green Mark Department (New Development), Building & Construction Authority (BCA), Singapore PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 17 June 2014 Green Hospitals POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 20 June 2014 Public-Private Partnerships in Healthcare Co-Located With: International Marketing Partner: Corporate Video Sponsor:
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REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.healthcarefacilitiesasia.com CONFERENCE DAY ONE 18 June 2014 Wednesday CEOPANELPANELDISCUSSION 08:00 Registration Opens & Morning Coffee 08:50 Welcome Address from IBC Asia & Ice Breaker 09:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Dilshaad Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Asia Medical Group/Tam Tri Hospitals, Vietnam Healthcare Facility Investment Opportunities in Asia 09:30 Analysing Asia’s Healthcare Facilities Landscape • Delivering healthcare services and meeting increasing demands in Asia ~ Change of lifestyle ~ Ageing populations ~ Availability of new technologies ~ Shift in demographics • Comparing healthcare facilities ~ Public vs. Private ~ Urban vs. Rural • Optimising opportunities and future trends in healthcare facilities • Attracting investment in Asia’s healthcare facilities • Stakeholder expectations and engagement Panelists: Dilshaad Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Asia Medical Group/Tam Tri Hospitals, Vietnam Sameer Khan, ChiefExecutiveOfficer, Rockland Hospital, India Haji Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman, Chief Executive Officer, KPJ Seremban Specialist Hospital, Malaysia Michael Wong, Chief Executive Officer, Pantai Hospital Ayer Keroh, Malaysia Abundio Balgos, President & CEO, The Health Centrum Hospital & Wellness Center, Philippines 10:30 Morning Networking & Refreshment Break Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs), Financing & Business Models 11:00 What Makes an Attractive Investment in Healthcare Facilities? • Evaluating the regulatory environment • What types of healthcare facilities make an attractive investment? • Examining the healthcare facility location • Considering the strength of the management team • Funding structures to consider • Building relationships with partners Ravi Babu Koppala, Chief Medical Administrator, Vydehi Hospital, India 11:30 Can Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) for Healthcare in Asia Deliver Better Patient Services? • Examining PPP structures • Building and managing healthcare facilities – what are the benefits? • Infrastructure development • Service delivery • Partnerships and revenue management • What is needed to establish PPPs with healthcare in Asia? • Citing specific case studies of successful PPP healthcare projects Panelists: Teodoro Herbosa, Undersecretary of Health, Department of Health, Philippines Nonito Bernardo, Senior Investment Officer, PPP Department, International Finance Corporation, Singapore Rolf Ulrich Hartung, Consultant Surgeon, Br Medical Suites & Mediclinic Citi Hospital, Dubai Healthcare City, UAE Bruce Knapp, Managing Principal, B+H Architects, Singapore Gerard Servais, Health Specialist, Asian Development Bank, Philippines 12:30 Networking Lunch 2.00 Financing & Retrofitting an Existing Healthcare Facility • Decision criteria to renovate/expand hospital facilities vs building new facilities • What are the top financial hurdles in improving an existing healthcare facility? • To what extent could you modify the healthcare facility with an existing infrastructure? • Identifying the benefits and challenges • What are the risks involved? Yong Seow Kin, Director, Facilities Development, Singapore Health Services, Singapore Healthcare Facility Accreditation 2:30 Safe Health Design: Transforming Hospital Design to Achieve Optimal Safety & Quality Standards • Applying evidence-based health design practices • Benchmarking JCI standards-based designs • Assessing the value of Safe Health Design Joyce Chang, Associate Director, Asia Pacific, Joint Commission International, Singapore 3:00 How Accreditation Can Improve the Quality of Healthcare Facilities in Private Hospitals • Managing facilities including infection control • Proper recruitment of healthcare providers through credentialing and competency assessment • Quality and patient safety in healthcare services • Detection of healthcare facility problems Haji Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman, Chief Executive Officer, KPJ Seremban Specialist Hospital, Malaysia 3:30 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break 4.00 Interpreting Quality & Patient Safety Standards to Achieve Hospital Accreditation • Assessing healthcare facility standards and accreditation • Learning the importance of accurate healthcare facility layout in hospital accreditation • Impact of accreditation on the quality of healthcare services Apichai Chaiyaroj, Assistant Hospital Director QMR, Nonthavej Hospital, Thailand Healthcare Cities 4:30 Medical Tourism & the Globalization of Healthcare • Overcoming barriers in developing healthcare cities • Determining the effect of globalization on healthcare facility developments and businesses • Healthcare facilities and the recent advancement and application of telemedicine • Impact of medical tourism on healthcare facilities and long term care • Medical information from the internet: Benefit or harm for healthcare facilities? Chih-Kun Huang, Director, Eda Hospital, Taiwan 5:00 A Close Look at Singapore’s‘Health City, Novena’Project • What are the key concepts of planning behind the master plan? • What are the healthcare services being offered? • Identifying areas for further development Chan Chee Chuen, Director, Operations, Novena Master Plan & Development, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore 5:30 Developments & Plans of the Dubai Healthcare City • Overview of the healthcare facilities plan of Dubai Healthcare City • Examining the timeline and investment of the project • Who are the stakeholders? • Evaluating medical tourism opportunities Rolf Ulrich Hartung, Consultant Surgeon, BR Medical Suites & Mediclinic Citi Hospital, Dubai Healthcare City, UAE 6:00 Chairperson’s Summary of the Day & End of Conference Day One
  3. 3. 08:50 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Dilshaad Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Asia Medical Group/Tam Tri Hospitals, Vietnam Achieving Sustainability in Healthcare Facilities 09:00 The Building & Construction Authority (BCA) Green Mark Scheme for Healthcare Facilities in Singapore • Understandingthesustainabilityneedsofthefullsuiteofhealthcare facilities ~ General hospitals ~ Community hospitals ~ Specialist outpatient centers ~ Polyclinics ~ Nursing homes for aged care • Integrating the benefits of green buildings with healthcare operations and patient experience • Engaging stakeholders • Calculating the Green Mark score for various incentive schemes Siew Mei Lim, Executive Manager, Green Mark Department, (New Development), Building & Construction Authority (BCA), Singapore 09:30 Examining Healing Gardens & Sustainable Hospitals • Comparing architectural designs of sustainable hospitals • What are the design considerations available to improve healing environments for patients? • Deciding on the façade design • Evaluating energy efficient system designs Maria Boey Yuet Mei, Vice President, Architecture, Surbana International Consultants, Singapore 10:00 Sustainable Healthcare Architecture – Learning from Case Studies in Singapore, China & Pakistan • KhooTeck Puat Hospital – Hospital in a garden, garden in a hospital • Ng Teng Fong General Hospital – Every patient has a window • Kunshan West Hospital – Engaging the city • Indus Academic Medical Campus – Setting a new benchmark in Pakistan Jerry Ong, Vice President, Architecture, CPG Consultants, Singapore 10:30 Morning Networking & Refreshment Break Smart EnergyTechnology & Solutions 11:00 Selecting Energy Efficient & Smart Energy Solutions for Healthcare Facilities • Understanding the business case for smart energy solutions • Evaluating the costs vs. the returns on investing in energy efficient and smart energy solutions • Improving operational control • Reducing energy use • Reducing emissions and environmental hazards • Providing environmental control Panelists: StewartTai, InnovationManager, AlexandraHealth, Singapore Yong Seow Kin, Director, Facilities Development, Singapore Health Services, Singapore Ramon Solis, AVP, Facilities Management & Engineering, St. Luke’s Hospital, Philippines Siew Mei Lim, Executive Manager, Green Mark Department, (New Development), Building & Construction Authority (BCA), Singapore 12:00 ImprovingPatientSatisfactionthroughIntelligentBuilding Management Systems • Overcoming challenges and barriers • Understanding and benchmarking energy use • Utilising existing Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) designs and technology • Is there a need for an innovation in HVAC design? Jeff Menkens, Principal, Hassell, Singapore REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.healthcarefacilitiesasia.com CONFERENCE DAY TWO 19 June 2014 Thursday PANELDISCUSSION Aged Care Facility Development 12:30 Understanding Aged Care Development in Asia • Determining the cultural differences in perceptions and approaches to aged care • What are the current issues in aged care in Asia? • Examining the new integrated building of public and hospital space (Markham Stouffville hospital) • Naturally ventilated public spaces and corridors • Featuring the façade design • Enhancing day lighting, glare control and natural ventilation • Monitoring the next generation of aged care facilities Bruce Knapp, Managing Principal, B+H Architects, Singapore 1:00 Aged Care & Facility Design in the Philippines • Analysing the aged care situation in the Philippines • What is the design guideline for constructing or retrofitting aged care facilities? • Who are the stakeholders involved in the design phase? • What are the common pitfalls in the design? Marc Evans Abat, ConsultantDirector,CenterforHealthyAging, The Medical City; Clinical Associate Professor, Section of Adult Medicine, Philippine General Hospital; Visiting Consultant, Manila Doctors Hospital & St. Luke’s Medical Center, Philippines 1:30 Networking Lunch Healthcare Facility Design, Build & Operate: Projects & Best Practices 3:30 Feasibility Planning & Implementation of a New Hospital & Wellness Center in Southern Philippines • Industry and market studies • Examining the architectural and construction challenges • Understanding the administration and management strategies • What are the marketing and development challenges in a developing country? Abundio Balgos, President & CEO, The Health Centrum Hospital & Wellness Center, Philippines 4.00 A Close Look at Western Australia's New Fiona Stanley Hospital • Streamlining the design to reality • Stakeholder engagement • Evaluating PPPs in Western Australia and lessons learnt • Maintain the new facility on behalf of the Government Di Mantell, General Manager, Facilities Management, Fiona Stanley Hospital, Australia 4:30 Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break 5:00 Examining Growth Strategies for Healthcare Facilities in Emerging Markets: Refit, Expansion & Greenfield • Identifying the advantages and disadvantages of a facility re-fit • Planning and managing growth in an existing facility • Growing green, the advantages of Greenfield Jeffrey Staples, ChiefOperatingOfficer, Al Noor Hospital, UAE 5.30 Healthcare Facility Lifecycle Management & Upgrades • Maintaining optimum downtime of equipment • Ensuring the “look” of the hospital is always new for patients, families, staff and visitors • Minimising accidents and surprises • Coping with construction and renovation Monojit Mitra, Facility Director, FV Hospital, Vietnam 6:00 Chairperson’s Summary of the Day & End of Conference
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REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.healthcarefacilitiesasia.com WORKSHOPS This engaging and interactive workshop will look at the practical and cost effective measures to achieve green and sustainable healthcare facilities. 8.30 Registration 8.50 Workshop Leader Introduction 9.00 Session 1: Fundamentals of Green Hospitals • Fundamental issues driving the “Green” movement • “Green” in the context of the Healthcare Industry • Key factors in securing a “Green” hospital recognition 10.00 Session 2: Measuring the Carbon Footprint of a Hospital • Developing a base line • Ongoing measurement reporting systems 10.30 Coffee Break 11.00 Session 3: Construction & Accreditation of a New“Green” Hospital • Requirements during design, planning, construction and operations • Documentation and monitoring requirements • Preparation for audit 12.00 Networking Lunch Break 13.30 Session 4: Energy Efficiency • Energy audits • Implementing efficiency solutions • Measurements and monitoring energy usage 14.30 Session 5: How Green is Your Hospital? • Assess where your hospital stands in terms of “Green” 15.00 Coffee Break 15.30 Session 6: Environmental Quality in a Hospital • Relevance of hospital environment in a “Green” hospital • Implementation of environment improvement measures • Measurement and monitoring of environmental quality 16.30 Session 7: Accreditation for Green Hospital Operations • Criteria for accreditation for green hospital operations • Documentation requirements • Measurement and monitoring of results • Securing and maintaining accreditation 17.30 Closing Remarks & End of Workshop With the growing needs of healthcare infrastructure and services in Asia, the domain of PPPs have been tempered with and charted with many different views and experiences. The objective of this workshop is to further explore and demonstrate the possible areas for an organization or agency to consider before embarking on a partnership that brings two different perspectives and approaches together. 8.30 Registration 8.50 Workshop Leader Introduction 9.00 Session 1: What are PPPs? • Defining the roles of the partnership • How do they work? • Do we need PPPs in Healthcare? 10.00 Session 2: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly PPPs • Case studies on PPPs • Key learnings 10.30 Coffee Break 11.00 Session 3: Structuring a PPP Strategy • Defining needs • Delineating roles • Making a plan 12.00 Networking Lunch Break 13.30 Session 4: PPP Simulation Workshop (Group work) • Building a model of a Healthcare PPP 15.00 Coffee Break 15.30 Session 6: Measuring the Success of PPPs • Who gains from PPPs? • Industry players vs. bureaucratic practices • How to optimize PPPs in building legacies and sustainability 16.30 Debate:Will PPPs in Healthcare Succeed in Empowering Nations? 17.30 Closing Remarks & End of Workshop PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 17 June 2014 | Tuesday | 9am – 5pm Green Hospitals POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 20 June 2014 | Friday | 9am – 5pm Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Healthcare About your Workshop Leader: Dilshaad Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Asia Medical Group/Tam Tri Hospitals, Vietnam Dr Dilshaad is an accomplished Healthcare Manager with a distinguished career and driving force behind successful lucrative projects, with a sound reputation for spearheading growth and long term value. He is a visionary and engaging leader with proven qualifications and results in all aspects of hospital administration and management. He has a strong record implementing profound and fundamental change resulting in dramatic improvements in efficiency and profitability. He is also experienced in the optimal management of resources to achieve targeted organisational goals and objectives and has the proven ability in creating a positive, high energy work culture that attracts and retains the best employees. Well accomplished in working in a global environment across borders and different areas of diversity, Dr Dilshaad has created many USPs in his career across Asia and the Middle East. He is currently the President and Group Chief Executive Officer of TMC Healthcare JSC and also Group Chief Executive Officer of Asia Medical Group; based in Vietnam. He also functions as Board Member on several other healthcare organizations in the region. About your Workshop Leader: Ashok Virendra Shah, Executive Director, Facility One Sdn Bhd, Malaysia Ashok Shah is a management professional with over 21 years of experience in healthcare asset and facility management. Ashok commenced his career with the setup of medical device technology management company called Healthtronics which has since grown to manage medical equipment for more than 100 hospitals. Since 2008, Ashok has worked on developing “green & sustainable” facility management practices for a large public sector asset management companies in Malaysia. Ashok is responsible for introducing energy efficiency processes as standard practices and promoting green certifications and accreditations for hospitals.
  5. 5. REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.healthcarefacilitiesasia.com Healthcare FACILITIES ASIA 17 – 20 June 2014 Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore The Healthcare Facilities Asia Conference will feature key Government plans, investment opportunities and current healthcare facility projects being planned and constructed in Asia. Key Conference Themes: Healthcare Facility Investment Opportunities in Asia Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs), Financing & Business Models Healthcare Facility Accreditation Developing Healthcare Cities Achieving Sustainability in Healthcare Facilities Smart Energy Technology & Solutions Aged Care Facility Development Healthcare Facility Design, Build & Operate Projects & Best Practices BY REGION: ■ Southeast Asia 60% ■ Australia 10% ■ North Asia 10% ■ India/Middle East 10% ■ US & Europe 10% BY SECTORS: ■ Government, Hospitals & Healthcare Facilities 40% ■ Architecture Firms, Interior Designers 10% ■ Property Developers & Consultants 10% ■ Green Technology 10% ■ EPC/ Project Management / Quantity Surveyors 10% ■ Law Firms / Investment Firms / Banks 10% ■ ICT Companies 5% ■ Building Equipment & Technology Companies 5% Featuring 14+ Project Case Studies from: Indus Academic Medical Campus, Pakistan Tan Tock Seng Hospital Singapore Health Services Khoo Teck Puat Hospital Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, Singapore Kunshan West Hospital , China Vydehi Hospital, India The Medical City, Philippines St. Luke’s Hospital, Philippines KPJ Seremban Specialist Hospital, Malaysia FV Hospital, Vietnam Nonthavej Hospital, Thailand BR Medical Suites & Mediclinic Citi Hospital, Dubai Healthcare City Fiona Stanley Hospital, Australia Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities Available • Showcase your latest healthcare technologies & solutions • Meet & network with senior decision makers in Asia • Position your brand as the market leader in Asia & stand out from the competition • Generate new business contacts & strengthen existing accounts For sponsorship enquiries, please contact Ann Na Lee at Tel: +65 6508 2470 Email: AnnNa.Lee@ibcasia.com.sg Who You Will Meet
  6. 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.healthcarefacilitiesasia.com ❑ Yes! I/We will attend the Healthcare Facilities Asia | 17 – 20 June 2014, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore REGNO.200108203N HEALTHCARE FACILITIES ASIA ❑ I would like to purchase the conference presentations at SGD1000 + GST (SGD1070) per log in. RESERVE YOUR PLACE TODAY! 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