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A Briefing
By Jean Lee C. Patindol
April 28, 2014
Some Questions in Our Minds
• Economic trends in the Philippines & in Negros?
• Political & economic issues & their impact...
Briefing Content
 Selected Global and Philippine Trends, Implications
and Prospects
 Negros Situationer and Outlook (Imp...
Global Trends
• Globalization and de-globalization
• Ongoing integration of national economies into the global market, wit...
12 Priority Sectors
 Agro-based products
 Air travel/air transport
 Automotive
 e-ASEAN
 Electronics
 Fisheries
 He...
The ASEAN Mutual Recognition
Arrangements (MRAs)
Recognition
Education
Training
Experience
Certificates
Licenses
Mobility
Objectives of the ASEAN MRA
1. Facilitate mobility of professionals within
ASEAN
2. Exchange information and enhance
coope...
Philippine
Qualifications
Framework
(PQF)
Qualification
Levels
Descriptors
Working Groups
Qualifications
Register
Pathways...
Qualifications Landscape
Learning Outcomes (knowledge, skills, values, degree of
independence)
Standards (occupational, in...
Implications and Prospects
 PQF as a tool for:
 Curriculum Planning: focus on learning outcomes according to
standards
...
 need for labor market research
 core product strategy:
 fill up value chain gaps esp. high-value processes
 move up v...
Sample value chain
Philippine Trends
 Moderate (ave. 5% over last 10 years) to robust (6.5-8%) economic
growth with lower inflation (3-5%) a...
Western Visayas (as of 2012)
 Agriculture, tourism, real estate, services (tourism, BPOs)
 Average annual growth rate, 5...
Negros First Development Agenda
• One Island-One Region
– Integrated community hospitals since Lacson-Coscolluela’s time
–...
Preferred Areas of Investment
 “Green Energy” projects
 Commercial tree farms
 Factories for the manufacture of prefabr...
 Tourism-related businesses (mid-range hotels and other
tourist facilities, beach and mountain resorts, theme parks,
agri...
Addition of Preferred
Investments
 Must generate a high level of employment
 Must feature a high-degree of added value t...
Implications and Prospects
 One Island-One Region opens up Negros Oriental as a direct
market, especially when coupled wi...
12 Megatrends in Global Health Care
Megatrend Implications and Prospects
 Emerging economies
 Personalized medicine and
...
Megatrend Implications and Prospects
 Global pandemics
 Environmental challenges:
poor water and air quality,
pathogens ...
Megatrend Implications and Prospects
 Evidence-based medicine
 Shortfall of primary care
physicians
 Payers’ influence ...
Megatrend Implications and Prospects
 Prevention is the next big
business opportunity
 Need for good care at lower
price...
Buyouts
 The purchase of a company's shares in which the acquiring
party gains controlling interest of the targeted firm....
Blue Ocean Strategy
(Kim and Mauborgne, 2005)
 BOS is the result of a decade-long study of 150 strategic moves
spanning m...
 BOS covers both strategy formulation and strategy
execution. The three key conceptual building blocks of
BOS are: value ...
BOS Case Examples
 Cirque du Soleil: Blending of opera and ballet with circus
format while eliminating star performer and...
References
 Blue Ocean. (n.d.) Retrieved from http://www.blueoceanstrategy.com/
 Daniels, John H., Radebaugh, Lee H. and...
 Greitens, Sheena Chestnut. (2014). Obama's Visit to Asia and the U.S.-Philippine
Alliance. Brookings East Asia Commentar...
 Region VI Regional Development Council and National Economic Development
Authority Region VI. (2012). 2012 Socio-Economi...
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education
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Current Trends and Prospects & Their Implications to Healthcare Education

  1. 1. A Briefing By Jean Lee C. Patindol April 28, 2014
  2. 2. Some Questions in Our Minds • Economic trends in the Philippines & in Negros? • Political & economic issues & their impact in education? • Negros economy -- – where is it headed? – possible manpower needs? • Healthcare sector - what does the future hold for them? • Buy-outs & what is our response to these?
  3. 3. Briefing Content  Selected Global and Philippine Trends, Implications and Prospects  Negros Situationer and Outlook (Implications and Prospects)  Healthcare Industry Trends and Prospects  Response to Buy-outs
  4. 4. Global Trends • Globalization and de-globalization • Ongoing integration of national economies into the global market, with entry of billions of people into the global market • Due to 2008-09 global financial meltdown, slowing markets in developed countries • An increasing trend toward cooperation and partnership cross-cutting traditional boundaries: new thinking, new models, new strategies and approaches • ASEAN Economic Community in 2015; ASEAN Qualifications Reference Framework (AQRF) • Trans-Pacific Partnership (from TPSEP 2005 of Brunei, Chile, NZ, Singapore to Australia, Brunei, Chile, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam as o f 2013) • “The Comeback” intensifies economically although the U.S. is still recognized as world political leader: new economic patterns • China and India contributed 70-80% of world output from 1000 to 1800s; in 1820, China alone contributed 30% of world GDP • Emerging economies growing an average of 6.4% annually since 2001 while developed countries only averaged 1.6%
  5. 5. 12 Priority Sectors  Agro-based products  Air travel/air transport  Automotive  e-ASEAN  Electronics  Fisheries  Healthcare  Rubber-based products  Textiles and apparel  Tourism  Wood-based products  Logistics
  6. 6. The ASEAN Mutual Recognition Arrangements (MRAs) Recognition Education Training Experience Certificates Licenses Mobility
  7. 7. Objectives of the ASEAN MRA 1. Facilitate mobility of professionals within ASEAN 2. Exchange information and enhance cooperation in respect of mutual recognition of medical practitioners 3. Promote adoption of best practices on standards and qualifications 4. Provide opportunities for capacity building and training of medical practitioners
  8. 8. Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) Qualification Levels Descriptors Working Groups Qualifications Register Pathways & Equivalencies Quality Assurance Information & Guidelines International Alignment Industry needs Need for global recognition of competencies Current qualifications issues at all levels Qualifications issues in recognition of prior learning Research and policy papers on NQF NQFs of other countries Consultation and Advocacy With Stakeholders INPUTS OUTPUTS
  9. 9. Qualifications Landscape Learning Outcomes (knowledge, skills, values, degree of independence) Standards (occupational, institutional, professional standards, qualification criteria, assessment criteria) Qualifications (certificates, bachelor’s degree, craft diplomas, awards by professional bodies) Sectoral Qualifications (Indian National Skills Qualifications Framework National Qualifications Frameworks (Philippine Qualifications Framework) Regional Qualifications Frameworks (EQF) International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED)
  10. 10. Implications and Prospects  PQF as a tool for:  Curriculum Planning: focus on learning outcomes according to standards  Development of Qualifications: ASEAN MRA: exchange of information on  Basic qualification and recognized institutions  Postgraduate qualifications and recognized institutions  Core competencies and scope of practice  Qualifications Register  Quality Assurance  Accreditation of Education Providers (221/1943 HEIs, Valenzuela, 2008: ““Migration and Education: Quality Assurance and Mutual Recognition of Qualifications- The Philippines (Paris: UNESCO, 2008)  Certification of graduates  International Alignment
  11. 11.  need for labor market research  core product strategy:  fill up value chain gaps esp. high-value processes  move up value chains;  linkages for natural/organic certification;  core market strategy: target high-growth industries (ICT/BPO/Call center/Electronics plus SME dev.) and emerging markets
  12. 12. Sample value chain
  13. 13. Philippine Trends  Moderate (ave. 5% over last 10 years) to robust (6.5-8%) economic growth with lower inflation (3-5%) and strong foreign exchange reserves, at least until 2018, with major reforms and strong fundamentals in place  fueled by consumption and government spending, services, manufacturing, construction growth (in 2013),  high-growth industries: BPOs, IT  Challenges: global slowdown, excessive capital inflows due to attractive investment opportunities , natural disasters, inclusive growth through job creation and poverty alleviation (1/3 on less than $2/day), “need to diversify the economy by revamping the educational system and providing employment opportunities in manufacturing” (ADB)  Improved international credit ratings  United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has recently (2012) cited the Philippines among the top 20 preferred investment destinations by transnational corporations for 2013-2015  No. 59 of 148 countries in 2013 in the Global Competiveness Index of the World Economic Forum (from No. 85 in 2010)
  14. 14. Western Visayas (as of 2012)  Agriculture, tourism, real estate, services (tourism, BPOs)  Average annual growth rate, 5%  Average annual inflation rate, 3-4%  Average annual unemployment rate, 6%  Population (as of May 2010 census) is 7,102,438 at 1.3% (2.4M in Neg. Occ.) annual growth rate (Neg. Occ. Rate, 1.44%; world rate, 1.14%)  Net enrolment rate, 89.44% for primary, 56.3% for secondary levels  Cohort survival rate, 76.64% for primary and 79.87% secondary levels  132 HEIs with 54 in Iloilo and 29 in Bacolod and Negros Occidental
  15. 15. Negros First Development Agenda • One Island-One Region – Integrated community hospitals since Lacson-Coscolluela’s time – Pushing for an EO • “Sugar and More”: – muscovado production and export – Bioethanol and other new products (bio-water, bio-plastics, batteries) and industries – Power cogeneration • Organic Food Capital of Asia • Retirement and wellness province • Ecotourism • Green energy • Negros Cybercenter: BPOs, IT, animation and graphic design arts • Security sector reform: Negros Multi-sectoral Peace and Development Network • An Act Establishing the Negros Occidental Investment and Incentives Code of 2013 and implications for province-wide dev.
  16. 16. Preferred Areas of Investment  “Green Energy” projects  Commercial tree farms  Factories for the manufacture of prefabricated housing  Manufacture of agro- and aqua-based products (canned food, processed fruits, sweets and condiments, processed marine products, animal feeds and supplements, natural/organic fertilizers, farming and fisheries equipment and machineries)  Manufacture of handicraft products (gifts, toys, houseware; ceramics; furniture; garments)
  17. 17.  Tourism-related businesses (mid-range hotels and other tourist facilities, beach and mountain resorts, theme parks, agri-tourism facilities, marinas and related water- recreation facilities, tourist transport facilities)  Property-development projects (ICT, retirement villages, convention centers, private agro-industrial estates, special economic zones, food terminals, private hospitals)  Transshipment facilities (new airport and seaport infrastructure, common bonded warehouses, metal and foundry shops, new educational facilities for organic farming, agroforestry and sustainable rural livelihoods, production of high-value crops for export and import- substitution, organically-grown vegetables, fruits and livestock
  18. 18. Addition of Preferred Investments  Must generate a high level of employment  Must feature a high-degree of added value to raw materials  Must create linkages with local industries  Must be environment-friendly
  19. 19. Implications and Prospects  One Island-One Region opens up Negros Oriental as a direct market, especially when coupled with province-wide development  Health, wellness and green (green energy, ecotourism) focus  BPOs and ITs: voice and non-voice (software development, animation and graphics)  Linkages with Negros Multi-sectoral Peace and Development Network and the provincial government’s Winning the Peace program through Pro-PIDU (Provincial Peace Integration and Development Unit)
  20. 20. 12 Megatrends in Global Health Care Megatrend Implications and Prospects  Emerging economies  Personalized medicine and technological advances (decoding of individual genome)  Aging populations (esp. in developed countries)  Rising costs  New markets  New therapies, privacy concerns, cost-benefit issues  Health care provider shortages  Changes in spending, design and delivery of health care systems
  21. 21. Megatrend Implications and Prospects  Global pandemics  Environmental challenges: poor water and air quality, pathogens in food supply, urban sprawl and congestion  How to address root causes: urban sprawl, population growth, global travel, basic delivery systems  Design and delivery of healthcare systems
  22. 22. Megatrend Implications and Prospects  Evidence-based medicine  Shortfall of primary care physicians  Payers’ influence over treatment decisions due to rising costs  Growing role of philanthropy  New research, standards, regulation  Changes in who will treat patients; alternative care systems  Alternative health care delivery systems  Access to linkage and grant opportunities
  23. 23. Megatrend Implications and Prospects  Prevention is the next big business opportunity  Need for good care at lower prices: medical tourism  Preventive health care systems; wellness approaches for new markets  New markets
  24. 24. Buyouts  The purchase of a company's shares in which the acquiring party gains controlling interest of the targeted firm.  A leveraged buyout is accomplished by borrowed money or by issuing more stock.  Incorporating a buyout strategy is a common technique used to gain access to new markets and is one of the most common methods for inorganically growing a business.  Buyout strategies are often seen as a fast way for a company to grow because it allows the acquiring firm to align itself with other companies that have a competitive advantage in a specific area.
  25. 25. Blue Ocean Strategy (Kim and Mauborgne, 2005)  BOS is the result of a decade-long study of 150 strategic moves spanning more than 30 industries over 100 years (1880-2000).  BOS is the simultaneous pursuit of differentiation and low cost.  The aim of BOS is not to out-perform the competition in the existing industry, but to create new market space or a blue ocean, thereby making the competition irrelevant.  While competitive strategy is a structuralist theory of strategy where structure shapes strategy, BOS is a reconstructionist theory of strategy where strategy shapes structure.
  26. 26.  BOS covers both strategy formulation and strategy execution. The three key conceptual building blocks of BOS are: value innovation, tipping point leadership, and fair process.  As an integrated approach to strategy at the system level, BOS requires organizations to develop and align the three strategy propositions: value proposition, profit proposition and people proposition.
  27. 27. BOS Case Examples  Cirque du Soleil: Blending of opera and ballet with circus format while eliminating star performer and animals;  Net jets : fractional jet ownership;  Southwest Airlines: offering flexibility of bus travel at the speed of air travel using secondary airports;  Curves: redefining market boundaries between health clubs and home exercise programs for women;  Home Depot: offering the prices and range of lumberyard, while offering consumers classes to help them with DIY projects;  Dyson: Cyclonic Vacuum Cleaners
  28. 28. References  Blue Ocean. (n.d.) Retrieved from http://www.blueoceanstrategy.com/  Daniels, John H., Radebaugh, Lee H. and Sullivan, Daniel P. (2013). The Comeback accelerates. International Business: Environment and Operations, 14th edition. Pearson: U. S. A.  De Ocampo, Roberto, Philippine Veterans Bank Chairman. (2013). The Philippine Economy 2014: Fearless Forecast. Speech delivered at the Bases Conversion and Development Authority Board Meeting. December 4. Retrieved from http://www.veteransbank.com.ph/2013news-17.html  Department of Trade and Industry. (2014). Overview of The ASEAN Economic Community (2015). Presented at Sugarland Hotel, March 14.  Dillon, Karen and Prokesh, Steve. (n.d.). . Megatrends in Global Health Care. Harvard Business Review. Retrieved from http://hbr.org/web/extras/insight-center/health- care/globaltrends/1-slide
  29. 29.  Greitens, Sheena Chestnut. (2014). Obama's Visit to Asia and the U.S.-Philippine Alliance. Brookings East Asia Commentary No. 77. April. Retrieved from http://www.brookings.edu/research/opinions/2014/04/07-us-philippine-alliance- greitens  Investopedia. (n.d.). Buyout. Retrieved from http://www.investopedia.com/terms/b/buyout.asp  Hofman, Bert, Nye, John, Rood, Steven, and Nehru, Vikram. (2012). Economic and Political Challenges in the Philippines. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. April 27. Retrieved from http://carnegieendowment.org/2012/04/27/economic-and- political-challenges-in-philippines/a9tn  Mananzala, Teresita R., Chair, Professional Regulation Commission. Chairperson, Task Force for the AQRF. (2013). Qualitay assurance. Presented at the 24th PACUCOA Annual General Assembly. December 6.
  30. 30.  Region VI Regional Development Council and National Economic Development Authority Region VI. (2012). 2012 Socio-Economic Report: Western Visayas Region  Santos, Matikas. (2013). Philippines is fastest growing country for 1st quarter of 2013. Inquirer.net. June 4. Retrieved from http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/417531/philippines-is- fastest-growing-asian-country-for-first-quarter-of-2013

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