Healthcare Week Asia 2015

11 - 14 May, 2015

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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  • State of Patient Care and Hospital Efficiency in Asia [SPECIAL REPORT]State of Patient Care and Hospital Efficiency in Asia [SPECIAL REPORT]

    Time is ticking. Unsafe medical practices and patient care are now at a serious state and there are significant concerns that it’s just a matter of time before it becomes critical. In fact, the World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that ‘nearly one in ten patients is harmed while receiving health care in well-funded and technologically advanced hospital settings.’ There is no doubt that patient care, particularly in Asia, with its many developing countries, needs serious attention. In this Special Report, find out what the healthcare community is doing about it, why these challenges need to be addressed soon and how hospitals can improve efficiency and quality now and into the future.
  • Big Debate: What Big Hospitals Want Big Pharma to Realize Big Debate: What Big Hospitals Want Big Pharma to Realize

    At about US$300 billion a year, the global pharmaceuticals industry wields a huge amount of influence in the healthcare sector. Along with medical institutions and hospitals, big pharma is a dominant force that could make a big difference. In the face of the great debate on patient care and safety, what do hospitals really want pharmaceutical companies to realize? How would big pharma benefit from it? 

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  • Global Medicine Spending to Pass $1 Trillion in 2014Global Medicine Spending to Pass $1 Trillion in 2014

    Next year will mark a milestone in the pharmaceutical industry’s growth as drug sales will exceed $1 Trillion. This was the finding of a new report on the spending on pharmaceuticals and trends that will affect it between now and 2017. Read on to find out more.

Hear what our Past Attendees Have to Say:

“HEQ is a valuable meeting that gets me connected to worldwide hospitals. [The discussions on] lean management will surely help me to make my work more successful.” Lo On Yee Jackie,
Advanced Practice Nurse,
Tai Po Hospital, Hong Kong
“This event has given me a good exposure of many aspects of hospital management and how I could potentially improve things.” Dr. Tang Swee Ping,
Hospital Selayang,
Malaysia
“The content was good, especially with Malaysia MOH giving a generous sharing. The overall content was also just right, not too technical or heavy-going..” Michael Leow,
Director, Operations,
Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

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