Healthcare has gone through tremendous change over the years and in this continually changing environment, future-proofing is one key element to keep up with the demands and expectations. Healthcare consumers are becoming more aligned and integrated with care management while data is the key to building trust and intelligence. At HIMSS APAC20, let’s explore the future-proof capabilities in Asia that have the potential to help organizations enhance the quality of care, and reduce the cost by focusing on consumers, harnessing the power of technology and bringing together different solutions to be developed and implemented strategically for a sustainable health ecosystem.



Emphasis on Citizens

Healthcare consumers are increasingly being the center of gravity in the health ecosystem. This shift of focus emphasizes on clearer communications, customization and having them invested in improving their health.


  • Personalized Medicine
  • Behavioral Change
  • Personal Health and Wellness
  • Privacy & Security

Integrated Solutions

Collaboration within the healthcare industry as well as across other industries is important to bring about different solutions to drive change. Progressively, technology giants, start-ups, and other disruptors are penetrating into the healthcare landscape to create more opportunities.


  • Innovation
  • Healthcare Industry Collaboration
  • Cross Industry Collaboration


Emerging Technologies

Data collected by new emerging health care technologies can help enhance analytical tools for preventive care, and to generate the insights needed for personalized decision-making.


  • Predictive Analytics
  • Wearables Technologies 
  • Augmented Reality
  • Artificial Intelligence

Sustainable Healthcare Ecosystem

With limited resources, ageing population, rising chronic disease and cost of healthcare, the healthcare ecosystem’s common goal is to reduce the strain on the population and healthcare providers by establishing a value driven healthcare sphere, to extend accessibility and improve efficiency.


  • Healthcare in Community
  • Value-Based Care
  • Supply Chain
  • Population Health
  • Innovative Business Model
  • Interoperability