22 April, 2021 | 10:00 AM - 01:20 PM (SGT)
Online Event

According to the World Health Organisation, the world will have a shortage of 12.9 million healthcare workers by 2035. Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, healthcare services across the globe has been increasingly overwhelmed and the need to provide quality healthcare services to the community is now stronger than ever.

Healthcare leaders are actively exploring remote monitoring and telehealth solutions to provide quality care to the community at the right time and place – be it in rural areas with lack of proper healthcare resources or in developed countries where there is a need to minimise inpatient visits and prioritise hospital resources. There has also been a step change in the patient’s acceptance to telehealth tools since the start of the global pandemic.

Telehealth Asia Online is a one-day online event that brings together healthcare leaders from the APAC region to explore practical solutions in the successful adoption of Telehealth tools, models and practices to address the critical challenges that have presented themselves due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Learn how to:

1. Accelerate the adoption of telehealth tools and technology in the midst of a pandemic
2. Integrate the suitable telehealth systems into your existing healthcare operations
3. Navigate major inhibitors stopping hospitals, facilities and services from implementing telehealth tools and practices
4. Upskill the healthcare workforce to ensure the successful adoption of telehealth tools
5. Meet industry experts virtually and gain access to the tricks of their trade 


Dr. Adam Chee
Chief, Smart Health Leadership Centre, Institute of System Science
National University of Singapore

Understanding the 5Ws of TeleHealth: Who, What, When, Where, Why

Dr. Ravinder Singh
Deputy Chief Medical Information Officer
Tan Tock Seng Hospital

Embracing Telehealth Models in Healthcare Services as a Long-Term Strategy in Delivering Quality Care to Patients at the Right Time


Hospitals, Primary Healthcare, Allied Health Professionals, Government Agencies, Health Insurance Providers and more focused on:

Clinical & Medical Operations

Excellence, Performance, Services 


Systems and Planning

Medical Informatics

Digital & Innovation

Technology & IT