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Only 3 days left to join Asian Hospital Management Awards 2019

The Asian Hospital Management Awards, now in its 18th year, is a prestigious ceremony which recognises and honours hospitals in the Asia Pacific. Running alongside the Hospital Management Asia conference, it is the most prominent hospital management awards in the region. There are 13 award categories to demonstrate the innovative and progressive approaches that hospitals across the region…Read more

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Providing a safe haven for children with leukaemia

Over 10,000 children in China are diagnosed with leukaemia every year. Most of them have to endure treatment for a period of two, three years or more. On top of going through the pain of bone marrow treatments and chemotherapy, the kids had to give up a normal childhood due to their low immunity. They…Read more

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5 tips for winning an Asian Hospital Management Award

Last year saw over 450 entries from 123 hospitals to the annual Asian Hospital Management Awards (AHMA). 45 hospitals were triumphant that night – will your hospital be recognised for your successes? Small healthcare facilities may not feel that they are on par with large hospital chains when it comes to innovation due to a much lower budget…Read more

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Exclusive Interview: KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Singapore

KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital is a 830-bed hospital and tertiary referral centre in Singapore, specialising in obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics and neonatology. Hospital Insider speaks to Dr Dirk de Korne, Deputy Director of Medical Innovation and Care Transformation, on the value of innovation, exciting projects in the pipeline, and the importance of collaboration. What projects…Read more

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Join the discussion on the Healthcare 4.0 revolution

The digital age is upon us. Mobile apps, robots, telemedicine, electronic health information systems, AI and many other technologies are shaping the way care teams treat patients. More and more hospitals are embracing digital transformation and adopting a culture of change. But in Asia, many hospitals are still working towards becoming truly ‘connected’. According to Forbes,…Read more

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Exclusive interview: Chief Nurse, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

Tan Tock Seng Hospital is one of the largest multi-disciplinary hospitals in Singapore, and employs around 3,600 nurses. Chief Nurse Yong Keng Kwang shares how he is equipping nurses to address the needs of an increasing number of elderly patients, and creating future leaders. How are you reskilling your nurses to help them stay relevant?…Read more

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Exclusive interview: Deputy Dean of Student Affairs and Cooperation, Faculty of Health Science, UPN Veteran, Jakarta

University of Pembangunan Nasional Veteran in Jakarta is a private university built in 1958 by independence war veterans. Dr A Heri Iswanto, Deputy Dean of Student Affairs and Cooperation at the Faculty of Health Science, discusses how hospitals can tackle the administrative challenges surrounding universal health coverage; why he thinks lean management is valuable for…Read more

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Ministers panel announced: How to lead healthcare reform in Asia

For the first time in Hospital Management Asia (HMA) history, there will be a Ministers of Health Panel to discuss healthcare reforms and how hospitals can help to achieve them. This panel will be led by: Madam Prof. Nguyen Thi Kim Tien, Minister of Health for Vietnam YB Datuk Seri Dr. Dzulkefly Ahmad, Minister of Health for…Read more

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How to groom the next generation of hospital leaders

The millennial generation now makes up the largest segment of the global workforce. They are taking over the baby boomers in leadership roles across the world – and the healthcare industry is no exception. The rising demand for healthcare professionals is also increasing turnover rates. Hiring managers need to understand how to attract and retain…Read more

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