Targeted at both internal and external stakeholders, the HealthcareInsider webinar series is an initiative by IHH to discuss the emerging healthcare trends in a post-COVID-19 world.
The second webinar held on 22 September spotlighted the growing importance of digital health. More than 500 attendees heard from IHH Managing Director and CEO Dr Kelvin Loh, CEO of Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong Dr Kenneth Tsang and partner at McKinsey & Company Sachin Chaudhary, as they shared their views and answered questions on digitalisation of healthcare.
If the live poll on “Have you used telemedicine tools?” was any indication, the majority of people who have not tried teleconsultations are open to exploring the online tool.
It is no surprise therefore that by 2024, the digital health sector is expected to be valued at a staggering US$600 billion.
For the second year running, IHH colleagues across the globe came together in their respective markets to celebrate and rejoice in the IHH Service Week which ran from 11 to 15 April 2022.
IHH Healthcare started 2022 on an exciting note by hosting its first hybrid Global Town Hall on 27 January, with more than 100 staff in attendance at the webcast venue in Malaysia.
With a sudden COVID lockdown, Dr Rubing Wei from Parkway Hospital People’s Square put his time and medical knowledge to good use by helping some 2,000 fellow residents of the Xiang Mei Garden residential complex in Pudong, Shanghai.
Marrying design with sustainability, Pantai Hospital Ipoh won an award presented by the Mayor of Ipoh City, Y.Bhg. Dato Rumaizi, for embracing green building technology as part of its recent renovations.
Fear not for this is not a beast machine out of a Transformer movie. The cyclotron is a particle accelerator that was installed in the new Proton Therapy Centre at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital.
After its first successful bilateral hand transplant in August last year, the team at Global Hospital, Parel, Mumbai has gone on to perform the life-changing surgery on two quadruple amputee patients – a first for India.
On 9 November, Singapore’s Heath Minister Ong Ye Kung paid a visit to Mount Elizabeth Hospital to recognise and appreciate our staff for their hard work, dedication and sacrifice throughout the ongoing crisis.