Hospitalog Asia 2018 will bring together leading stakeholders from healthcare facilities, hospitals and industry to discuss, debate and present the latest issues and trends impacting the healthcare market in Asia Pacific.

Dr Peng Chung Mien
Farrer Park Hospital

Dr. Peng Chung Mien is the Group Chief Executive Officer of The Farrer Park Company and concurrently the Chief Executive Officer of Farrer Park Hospital.

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A medical doctor by training, he has more than 30 years of experience in both healthcare management and business operations.

Prior to joining the Company, Dr. Peng was Chief Executive Officer of ST Medical Services Pte Ltd and Executive Vice President of Healthcare Logistics of ST Logistics Pte Ltd. He also spent 20 years serving the Republic of Singapore Air Force, and was the pioneer Chief Air Force Medical Officer.

Dr. Peng is a graduate from the INSEAD Advanced Management Programme and holds an MBA from the National University of Singapore and a Masters in Public Health from Harvard University. He is an accredited specialist in Aviation Medicine, a Fellow of the Aerospace Medical Association, and an Academician at the International Academy of Aviation & Space Medicine.
masaaki Lawrence Koh
Principal Consultant, DSI Academy Singapore
(Formerly Executive Director Supply Chain Operations, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, UAE)

Lawrence Koh is a supply chain management expert with over 25 years of experience working for some of the largest private hospitals in Asia and the Middle East, including SingHealth's Singapore General Hospital, Parkway's Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Bumrungrad International and Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi.

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A Singaporean national, Lawrence is a graduate of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia, a Certified Materials & Resource Professional with the American Hospital Association, and an active member of the Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management in the USA.

Lawrence's wealth of experience includes working internationally on projects with diverse teams and payment models for hospitals in the UAE, China, Philippines, Egypt, Myanmar and Thailand. His expertise is developing purchasing systems, building supply chains, integrating ERP and HIS platforms and cultivating people and processes around a framework of ethics and personal responsibility.

masaaki Dr Timothy Low
Board of Directors
Farrer Park Hospital

With more than 30 years in the healthcare space, Dr Timothy Low is an established name in the industry.

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He is the Board Member of Farrer Park Hospital, part of Singapore's first fully integrated healthcare complex, Connexion, comprising a hospital, a 5-Star Hotel as well as a Specialist Medical Centre. He clinched 25 local and regional awards for the hospital over a period of 2 years (2016-2017).

Dr Low has held key management positions in the last 25 years with renowned organisations. He was CEO of the 380-bed Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore, successfully leading the operational turnaround strategy of the 800-staff facility to build the hospital's reputation as a 6-star private healthcare provider. In the process, clinching 14 local and regional awards including the highly prestigious Asian Hospital Management Award. Dr Low has helmed key positions in the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Industry in the Asia Pacific region. Fronting Medical Affairs in senior management, he pioneered a global contract research organization, Covance, basing the regional headquarters in Singapore. As an industry leader, Dr Low has earned recognition as an outstanding medical expert who contributes strategically, with deep technical know-how and intuitive financial acumen. He is a passionate transformational leader, maximizing human asset to deliver exceptional experiences for customers.

For his contributions toward the healthcare community, Dr Low joins the prestigious ranks of Stanford Who's Who. He constantly engages with business experts and Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) in the healthcare industry. In the last 2 consecutive years, he was awarded the “50 Most Talented Healthcare Leaders of Asia” award as well as “Best CEO of the Year” at the Asia Healthcare Excellence Award conferred by CMO Asia in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
masaaki Alison Verhoeven
Chief Executive
Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association

Alison Verhoeven is Chief Executive of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, the independent peak membership body and advocate for the Australian healthcare system and a national voice for universally accessible, high quality healthcare in Australia.

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Its members include public and not-for-profit hospitals, primary health networks, primary and community health services, universities and individual health leaders. Ms Verhoeven has broad experience in health, education, corporate governance and communications, and has worked in both the private and public sectors in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region, and Europe.
masaaki   Roger Lee
Singapore Institute of Materials Management

Roger Lee is the Director of the Singapore Institute of Materials Management (www.simm.org.sg), and was an entrepreneur involved in the technology transfer consultancy projects in Singapore and ASEAN.

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Mr Roger Lee was also the adjunct senior teaching fellow at Curtin University of Technology, Perth, for the Logistics and Supply Chain Program. Roger was invited as the visiting professor to a few universities in China specializing in logistics and supply chain management. Roger possess a MBA from the University of Strathclyde (UK), and a Bachelor of Sc. degree from University of San Francisco. He holds a chartered status certification from the Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK) and a Certified Purchasing Manager from ISM, USA.

He stayed in Silicon Valley, California for five years, managing a Singapore-based multinational electronics company. He is heavily involved in technology transfer projects from the USA to Singapore in the high-tech industry. Apart from his busy schedule, Mr Lee also serves as the Chairman of the Incubation Centre with the Singapore Institute of Technical Education and he also serves as the Vice Chairman of the Asia Pacific Logistics Federation (www.aplf.net).

Most recently, Mr. Lee had co-authored four books, "The Making of a Technopreneur", "The Making of a Shell LiveWire Entrepreneur", "World Class Logistics and Supply Chain Management" and "Knowledge Management, Principles and Case Studies".
masaaki   Andy Siow
Manager, Technical Standards and Services
Healthcare Industry Engagement Lead
GS1 Singapore Limited

Mr Siow brings with him more than 10 years of experience in areas of GS1 Global Standards, Automatic Identification & Data Capture (AIDC) Technology, Traceability Systems and Technical Solutions.

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He is also the industry lead for the Healthcare sector, working closely with the local government and private healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, medical devices manufacturers and other healthcare-related solution providers, advocating the benefits of adopting GS1 standards in the industry for patient and consumer safety.
masaaki   Joy Lee
Manager, Membership Services, Training and Support
GS1 Singapore Limited

Ms Joy Lee is currently Manager, Membership Services, Training and Support at GS1 Singapore.

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ACTA certified, she brings with her close to 15 years of good experience in training and operations and leads her team to provide advisory services and operational support to help member companies adopt and implement GS1 Standards.

Trained by GS1 Global Office in Brussels, Joy has vast knowledge to guide organisations in how to assign and use GS1 barcoding system effectively in different applications and in various sectors. This includes Retail, Food, Transport and Logistics and Healthcare sectors, based on International Standards ISO/IEC 15420:2009, SS 362: Part 1:2012 - Specification for GS1 barcoding system and ISO/IEC 15417:2007-06-01 second edition, SS 362 Part 2 - GS1 code 128.
masaaki   Narongrid Galaputh
CEO, Non-Hospital Group
Bangkok Dusit Medical Services

Professional Experiences
  • Electronics manufacturing management and supply chain management for multinational companies
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  • Regional Operations Director base in Singapore for TNT Express Worldwide during 2004 - 2007
  • Current position, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) - Non Hospital Group (7.1), Bangkok Dusit Medical Service Public Co. Ltd. (BDMS)
  • Additional roles and social activities:
    • Management Board of Director of BDMS
    • Managing Director of N Health, a leading healthcare service solution provider supporting the medical laboratory diagnostic, supply chain management, infectious control and biomedical engineering for more than 700 leading hospitals as well as clinical research in Asia
    • Managing Director of Bio Molecular Laboratories (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
    • Managing Director of N Health Pathology Co., Ltd.
    • Board of Director of A.N.B. Laboratories Co., Ltd. (or ANB), a subsidiary of BDMS
    • Board of Director of General Hospital Products Public Co., Ltd.
    • Board of Director of Greenline Synergy Co., Ltd.
    • Board of Director of Bangkok Hatyai Hospital
    • Board of Director of Bangkok Hospital Khonkaen
    • Academic Committee for Biomedical Engineering Major of Science Faculty of Rangsit University.
    • Honorable lecturer at Ramathibodi medical school of nursing
    • Honorable lecturer of MBA program of Chulalongkorn University
    • Guest lecturer at schools, universities, and various associations for the topic of healthcare and healthcare supply chain management
masaaki   Rhenu Bhuller
Partner, Transformational Health
Frost & Sullivan

A key member of Frost & Sullivan's Transformational Health group, Rhenu has always been at the forefront of pioneering new initiatives working with clients globally across major developed and emerging markets.

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She has a keen interest in use of technology and innovative platforms as a source of transformation for delivery of healthcare products and services to improve access, outcomes and efficiency.

With a background in life sciences and financial evaluations, Rhenu has supported initiatives for the development of public private partnerships, regulatory initiatives, investment valuation and initiatives to expand healthcare reach. In her twenty years of research and consulting experience, Rhenu has worked with multinational companies as well as regional companies and the public sector in strategy development, industry convergence opportunities and business model innovation in areas such as pharmaceuticals, medical devices, diagnostics and primary care and hospital settings.

Rhenu is also a qualified moderator and workshop leader and has conducted growth workshops to guide companies on prioritization of business strategies and investment plans in areas such as new product development, market expansion, competitive strategy and war games, as well as sales and marketing strategies to innovate in today's disruptive business environment.

Regularly sought after by the media to provide opinions on market developments, Rhenu moderates panels and presents at private client seminars and industry conferences, as well contributes to print, social and online media (e.g. BBC, Bloomberg, CNN and CNBC).

She works with Frost & Sullivan's Transformational Health analysts teams on key issues such as how technology, costs and new business models are impacting healthcare services, as well as the impact of healthcare IT, data analytics, mobile health and sensors on the future of healthcare delivery.
masaaki   Paul William Bradley
Chairman and CEO
Caprica International

Paul W. Bradley has been involved in international business throughout his entrepreneurial career spanning senior management positions in Fortune 500 companies, the creation of 7 start-up companies and the launching of two IPO’s.

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He has established new business entities in China, South East Asia, India and the United States. Mr. Bradley is the Chairman and CEO of Caprica International. He previously served as President ofArshiya International headquartered in India (publicly traded on the Bombay Stock Exchange) and as Managing Director of IDS International(a member of the Li & Fung Group, publicly traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange). He is also a CEO Mentor and advises new Tech Ventures. He currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Avista Investment Bank; Emeritus Vice Chairman and Board Member of Supply Chain Asia;; Advisory Board Member of the Kairos Society, ASEAN Region; Strategic Advisor to Gray International; and on the Industry Advisory Board of the S.P. Jain School of Global Management. He was recently an Independent Director of OpenPort and served on the Executive Leadership Council of the Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Mr. Bradley received his MBA Degree in International Management from the Thunderbird, School of Global Management. He was selected by the World Economic Forum as one of the forty "New Asian Leaders" at an award ceremony presented by His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan and was selected as "Asian Supply Chain Manager of the Year" by Lloyds FTB Publications. He previously worked in the U.S. Senate and the British House of Commons and has served on several Singapore Government Advisory Committees. Mr. Bradley received the Gold Certificate of Appreciation from President Ronald Reagan. He is a frequent speaker at global conferences and universities, has written published articles and has been interviewed by Newsweek, Fox Television, the Economic Times of India, the Business Times of Singapore, Excellency Magazine in the UAE, Supply Chain Vietnam and other global media.

masaaki   Brian de Francesca
Founder and CEO
Ver2 Digital Medicine

Brian de Francesca is a Johns Hopkins educated expert in the use of digitalization and connectivity to improve healthcare quality, access and efficiency.

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Most specifically, in the use of platform technologies to increase, optimize and improve healthcare human resources - for which there is a significant global need. This has broad implications on healthcare staffing and facility design and development.

Brian was first exposed to the tremendous potential of "digitalization and connectivity" in 1993, with the success of the world's first tele-radiology program in his home town of Baltimore, Maryland at the Veterans Administration Medical Center. Brian has been a "super user" of digitalization and connectivity (aka - telemedicine) ever since. He was deeply involved with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce e-commerce IBEX (International Business Exchange) project and conducted the some of the first pilots of Digital Pathology. His company participated in the "Whole System Demonstrator Project" in the U.K., which was the largest randomized control trial of telehealth and telecare in the world and demonstrated the significant benefits of telemedicine; and also remotely monitored over 35,000 patients in Europe for post discharge and chronic disease management. Brian has won awards for his TeleStroke program in Asia and Tele-medical education programs in Africa.

He has over 20 years international healthcare experience and has worked at both extremes of the medical tourism continuum - using telemedicine to greatly improve medical travel. Brian lived in Thailand for over a decade, where in addition to founding the region's first biomedical engineering company - Asia Bio Systems, he also worked with Bangkok Hospital and Bumrungrad Hospital - both of which receive large numbers of medical tourists each year. He later worked for Johns Hopkins in Abu Dhabi, from where many patients travel to North America, Europe and Asia for care. It was during this period that he refined his vision for a Virtual Healthcare Service Platform, that eventually became Ver2. He is an advisor to: IRYO - a European company that is developing one of the first cloud based electronic health records, incorporating a full Blockchain technology foundation. He is an advocate for the formation of global research collaborative exchanges - to include not only humans, but synthetic inteligence as well. Brian is also an active member of The World Future Society.

In 2015, Brian founded Ver2 - an innovative telemedicine services platform, that recently received an Expo2020 Global Innovator's Grant for its "Connecting Minds" work in Africa, as well as winning the 2018 Frost & Sullivan "UAE Telemedicine Enabling Technology Leadership Award." Ver2 was the first company in the world to successfully use Blockchain to support tele-medical education; and they are in the process of incorporating various artificial intelligence applications into their diagnostics platform modules. One of Brian's personal goals, is to connect 700 refugee camps to healthcare and education resources over the Ver2 Platform.

Brian is a graduate of Johns Hopkins and Loyola Universities, a Fellow of The Advisory Board Company and holds a Certificate in Company Direction from "The Institute of Directors" (IOD). Brian lives in Dubai with his wife and four of his children.
masaaki   John Paul
Managing Director

Expert in supply chain management and operational improvement with 30 years' experience.

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John Paul supports high-value supply chain transformation programs for clients worldwide, with offices in South East Asia region (Singapore, Malaysia, China), and Europe (France).

Founder and Managing Director of iCognitive, 2003. Led successful supply chain transformation projects to support companies' growth, cost optimization, activities transfer and supply chain team realignment.

Directed Supply Chain re-engineering effort in companies such as Coca-Cola, Thales, Bayer Material Science, Emirates Airlines, British American Tobacco, Saint Gobain, Shanghai Electric Corporation.

Well versed in the emerging concept of industry 4.0, loT, DDMRP and their application in the industry through digital supply chain transformation.

After a successful European career in Matra data systems, Digital equipment corporation (DEC) and OHL, joined GINTIC Singapore in 1997. At the time the biggest Manufacturing Technology research Institute in South East Asia, renamed SIMTech (Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology) in 2001. In Gintic, John opened the Supply Chain Management Centre that he would lead for 6 years. His mission was to support SME's and MNC's in their quest to improve their operations.

John has written numerous articles and Books to give guidance in the implementation of the SCOR (Supply Chain Operations Reference) model. Released in French, Chinese, Bahasa Indonesian and English.

Trained and coached more than 2500 Supply Chain professionals from 200 companies on a wide range of topics that start from the fundamentals of Supply chain to very advanced concept in operations management.

Fundamentals of Supply Chain, SCOR navigation: SCOR implementation, Forecast accuracy, integrated business planning, S&OP, Supply Chain impact on the bottom line, Industrie 4.0 and Supply Chain Analytics are part of the topics covered.

Visiting professor@ KEDGE Business School (France), visiting Professor at ESSEC Asian Campus (Singapore), visiting professor at IAE de Caen France and CNAM Paris (France) for Supply Chain Master of Science. Apics Authorized SCOR Partner.

Frank Hu Hang
Executive President
Foshan Chancheng Central Hospital

Director | Member of the Administrative Committee
Vice-President | Guangdong Province Hospital Association Executive Committee
Vice-President | Guangdong Province Non-government Medical Institutions Association
Executive Vice-President | Foshan Association of Private Hospital Institutions

masaaki   Pearlyn Wang
Head of Flavors, Fragrane & Healthcare, Asia Pacific
Bolloré Logistics Asia-Pacific Corporate Pte Ltd

MSc in Strategic Supply Chain Management, MBA (Marketing) and Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) graduate with more than 20 years of working experience in Pharmaceutical, FMCG Consumer products and Healthcare industry, with strong specialization in new Business Development, Strategic Marketing, Product Management and Supply Chain Logistics. I have worked in some MNCs, which include Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, TNT, DB Schenker Asia Pacific, UPS Asia Group, Kuehne + Nagel Asia-Pacific Management and, at present, with Bolloré Logistics Asia-Pacific Corporate.
masaaki   Dr Yii Hee Seng
Whitecoat Holdings Pte Ltd

Dr. Yii is a Family Physician. He spent 27 years with Raffles Medical Group as Consultant Family Physician, and held management positions of Medical Director & General Manager in various parts of RMG's business. During his tenure with RMG, Dr Yii was tasked to manage 2 start-ups. The first was Raffles Medical Group (Hong Kong) in 1997, and the second was Raffles Health Insurance in 2005. Dr Yii joined WhiteCoat Medical in February 2018. WhiteCoat is a start-up developing Telemedicine.
masaaki   Dr Colin Quek
Managing Partner
Innovating Care Asia Pacific

Dr Colin Quek is presently the Managing Partner in Innovating Care Asia Pacific which offers consulting and event management services focusing on the healthcare and advanced technology sectors.

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His previous roles include:
  • Vice President Engineering at Napier Healthcare Solutions
  • Vice President (Operations) at The Farrer Park Company
  • Chief Information Officer at the Raffles Medical Group (RMG)
  • Chief Information Officer at the National Healthcare Group (NHG)
  • Programme Director for Information Services and the Senior Executive Programme at the Institute of Systems Science (ISS), National University of Singapore
masaaki   Prof Tan Kok Hian
Group Director, Academic Medicine and Institute for Patient Safety & Quality (IPSQ)

Prof Tan Kok Hian is Group Director & Senior Associate Dean of both Academic Medicine and Institute for Patient Safety & Quality (IPSQ) in SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre.

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He is also KKH Campus Director of Patient Safety & Quality; and has been Chairman of KKH Hospital Joint Commission International Core Committee from 2004 to 2016. He is the inaugural Chair of National Quality Council (NQC) in June 2017, which serves as the national advisory panel to MOH Singapore on healthcare quality priorities and strategies.

Prof Tan is involved as Principal Investigator in many research studies involving pregnancy cohorts and biomarkers in pregnancy, in collaboration with Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology And Research Institute of Medical Biology (A*STAR IMB). He is the Lead for Gestational Diabetes in SingHealth Duke NUS Diabetes Centre and is Lead PI for RIE2020 NMRC Collaborative Centre Grant - Integrated Platform for Research in Advancing Metabolic Health Outcomes of Women and Children (IPRAMHO) which builds core research capability & capacity in KKH, SHP & NHGP; and enhances collaborative & transdisciplinary research productivity in metabolic health for women and children in Singapore and Asia.

Prof Tan received several awards for his academic & clinical contributions. These included the Inaugural National Medical Excellence Team Award 2008; World Health Organisation - UAE Health Foundation Prize 2009 as Integrated Perinatal Care Project Team Leader; the Inaugural National Outstanding Clinical Quality Activist Award 2010; SingHealth Duke-NUS Scientific Congress Best Oral Paper for Translational Research 2012; the 23rd Benjamin Henry Sheares Memorial Lectureship Gold Medal Award 2013 and Duke-NUS Outstanding Faculty for Advocacy Award (O&G) 2013.
masaaki   Dr Zubin J Daruwalla
Director, South East Asia Consulting Healthcare Lead

Dr. Zubin J Daruwalla is a Director in PwC South East Asia Consulting and leads the healthcare consulting team in the region, while remaining a practicing clinician with an interest in orthopaedics.

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With more than 20 years of experience in health, prior to working with PwC, Zubin's career in healthcare provision from a surgeon's standpoint has included working in both the public and private sectors across continents, including cities like Dublin, Oxford and Singapore. This has allowed him to gain experiences globally that help provide his clients insights that assist in solving their most complex challenges. Zubin has extensive experience in Digital Health, Medical Education, HealthTech and MedTech, and is a Consultant, Advisor and Mentor to a number of start-ups and individuals in these spaces both locally as well as internationally. He holds Bachelors Honours Degrees in Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics & Gynaecology from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) as well as two Masters Degrees in Orthopaedic Surgery from the RCSI and National University Singapore (NUS). Having published extensively over the last decade with more than thirty publications to his name, including being an invited author for Economic Times, Zubin continues to write actively.

He has shared his insights and expertise as well as presented, spoken, and participated in numerous events revolved around healthcare. These have included local, regional, and international conferences, workshops, panel discussions and working groups.

Zubin is active in the local community and is a big proponent of giving back, volunteering his time as an Executive Committee Member of the Dyslexia Association of Singapore and a practicing clinician at Tayka Medical Centre that provides medical care to the foreign worker community.

Some interesting things to know about Zubin include that he served in the Singapore Armed Forces as a paramedic, has been part of the Singapore National Team for Men's Hockey, founded the Singapore Medical Society Ireland and volunteers his time for a number of good causes. Zubin is happily married and the proud owner of a beautiful chocolate brown Labrador, is a huge foodie, and loves spending time with his wife, family and friends. From a career perspective, Zubin believes that one should seek out a boss rather than a job and feels that good mentorship, strong leadership and teamwork are key ingredients to succeed. By having a few mentors with the above attributes at any one time, Zubin believes that one is likely to attain maximum benefit to their personal and professional development. A healthcare thought leader and strong believer in collaboration, Zubin hopes to bridge the gap between the technical and clinical sides within the realm of digital health.
masaaki   Sherene Azli
Chief Executive Officer
Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council

Sherene Azli took office as the Chief Executive Officer of the Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC) or better known as Malaysia Healthcare in year 2015.

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Within her short stint with Malaysia Healthcare, an agency under the Ministry of Health Malaysia, Sherene facilitated to raise Malaysia's silhouette as the "preferred destination for world-class healthcare services".

Sherene's fortitude to see Malaysia as the leading global healthcare destination is becoming a reality as the country was awarded as the "Destination of the Year" in 2015, 2016 and 2017 by the International Medical Travel Journal.

Not resting on her laurels, Sherene continues to inspire and develop her team and the industry stakeholders for a bullish few years in order to further alleviate Malaysia Healthcare's standing as the leading global healthcare destination, targeting to host more than a million healthcare travellers by 2020.

Sherene has a proven executive management track record and over 20 years of experience driving marketing growth in various industries. Prior to joining Malaysia Healthcare, Sherene was the General Manager at Talent Corporation Malaysia, playing an instrumental role in building strategies for talent development in 12 key sectors. Preceding that, she was with Telekom Malaysia for 15 years, entrusted with high level positions such as Vice President of Group Marketing and subsequently as the Vice President of Strategy and Business Development.

In fulfilling her aspiration in knowledge sharing and talent development, Sherene has also established herself as an esteemed speaker and trainer in more than 15 countries globally (UK, USA, India, Vietnam, Myanmar, Russia, Japan, Egypt, Spain, Thailand, Romania, Turkey, Oman, Dubai, etc.) at numerous international conferences and workshops in the areas of leadership, strategy, marketing and business management with special focus in healthcare travel and telecommunications.

Sherene is also self-driven, self-reliant, and highly-focused in making things happen, where she consistently adopts creative solutions and collaborative approaches with good interpersonal skills to engage, motivate and encourage others through organisational and industrial changes. Sherene's achievements and contributions earned her international recognition as one of the 50 "Outstanding Women in Healthcare" at the World Health and Wellness Congress 2017. She is also a recipient of the "30 Women Achievers and Leaders of Malaysia" at the Golden Globe Tigers Award 2017.

An ardent believer in accentuating the power of developing human capital, Sherene perceives value in building industry relationships and networks, and hence carries these ideals with her into her current role. Sherene holds a Master's in Business Administration from the University of Durham (United Kingdom) and a Bachelor of Business Studies (Hons) in Accounting & Finance from the University of Limerick (Republic of Ireland).

Sherene is correspondingly passionate about her role in contributing to Malaysia's nation building efforts while at the same time balancing her career being a dedicated wife and a mother of two.
masaaki   Salman Bokhari
Managing Director, Sidrapex
Asia Partner, Phamax

Salman Bokhari has close to 40 years of successful international business and management experience with an extensive background in Asian and Middle Eastern contexts.

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He has an established record of delivering competitive advantage and market share gains for internationally-driven companies in startup, turnaround, and growth environments. Known for formulating lean operations and executing market-winning strategies, Salman is an entrepreneurial leader who drives above-average growth and profitability by repositioning businesses, establishing strategic alliances and licensing agreements, building high performance teams, and reorganizing distribution channels.

From early 2001 till late 2009, Salman led the setting up of Lundbeck’s country operations in Asia, and taking the lead antidepressant compound to leadership position in multiple markets. Prior to Lundbeck, Salman headed New Business Development in the Asia-Pacific Region for Schwarz Pharma, with the main focus on North Asia & China. From 1979 to early 1997, Salman was with Ciba-Geigy, later Novartis, in various headquarters and country management roles, in Switzerland, the Middle East & Asia.

Salman is the Managing Director of Sidrapex (www.sidrapex.com), a specialized life sciences consulting practice he founded in Singapore. He is also the Asia Partner of phamax (www.phamax.ch) which focuses of complex market access issues, rare diseases and in generating real world evidence.
masaaki   Tania Snioch
Director Healthcare
GS1 Global Office

Tania Snioch is Director Healthcare at GS1 Global Office. Tania joined GS1 at the start of October 2014, when she moved from Melbourne, Australia to Brussels.

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Prior to starting at GS1, Tania worked for the Australian GS1 organisation, GS1 Australia, for nearly 15 years, holding various roles in that time. For the last 9 years, Tania and her team assisted the Australian Healthcare industry to implement the GS1 System; having the dual aims of helping to improve patient safety and supply chain efficiency. Tania has participated in a range of government initiatives working with both Australian state and territory governments and federal regulators. In her past roles, Tania has assisted some of Australia's largest healthcare suppliers, wholesalers, distributors and providers to use GS1 standards.

In her role at GS1 Global Office, Tania supports the GS1 community by pro-actively responding to specific business requirements from industry sectors with the aim to enhance the level of GS1 System adoption. She fosters the development of the GS1 system by designing, marketing and helping implement new business solutions.
masaaki   Prashansa Daga
Healthcare & Life Sciences Industry Leader, Asia

Prashansa Daga is the regional leader for Healthcare and Life Sciences in Asia.

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Her role includes identifying key risk management, mitigation, or transfer options focusing on the Healthcare and Life Sciences industries. She has led and designed various bespoke solutions for these industries across all segments including Liability, D&O, Cyber, Environmental, and Clinical Trials.

In her role as the industry thought leader, she has spoken at various external industry events, seminars for the insurance industry, and client seminars organized by Marsh.

Her responsibilities include insurance program management and design for both local and global policies including project specific programs, legislation and regulation updates including impact on the insurance market, and coordination of service team and delivery including communication.
masaaki   Richard Green
Cyber Risk & Insurance Leader, Asia

Richard Green is the Head of Cyber Risk & Insurance in Asia.

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Based in Singapore, his role is to develop innovative Cyber Insurance and Risk Modelling solutions to corporate clients in Asia. He works with our in-country Cyber Champions and cyber security partners to improve cyber resiliency in all industry sectors and geographies in Asia. Richard is also Head of Financial Risk Products in Asia, which looks at more innovative risk transfer structures, such as insurance derivatives and insurance linked securities. Essentially, Financial Risk Products employs capital markets techniques to disseminate risk to alternative investors.
masaaki   Dr Md Khadzir
Deputy Director of Health Informations Centre, Planning Division
Ministry of Health, Malaysia

Dr. Md Khadzir is the Head of the Health Informatics Centre, Ministry of Health, Malaysia.

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He is a certified Occupational Health Physician and received his Medical Degree from National University of Malaysia, Master Degree in Occupational Medicine from the National University of Singapore and PhD Degree in Occupational Health from the University of Birmingham, UK. He had been drafting Health Laws; Medical Ethics and instrumental in initiating the Traditional and Complementary Medicine Services in the pioneer Hospital Kepala Batas, Hospital Putrajaya and Hospital Sultan Ismail.

The program includes registration of Traditional and Complementary Medicine practitioner in Malaysia. He has been heading the development and operation of electronic Health Information and Management System and the development of Health Informatics Standards for Malaysia since late 2008. He is now leading the development of Malaysian Health Data Warehouse, the project was developed using more than 90 percent local technology; was rolled out in August 2016 and launched by the Health Minister in April 2017.
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