Embracing Transparency – Harnessing the Power of Data in Hong Kong’s Private Healthcare System

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Embracing Transparency – Harnessing the Power of Data in Hong Kong’s Private Healthcare System

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Transparency and measurement are fast-emerging as tools to enable health system sustainability in the wake of economic, epidemiologic, and lifestyle patterns burdening modern-day health systems. Hong Kong’s dual-track health system is experiencing these trends whilst concurrently facing market inefficiencies and an underutilised private health sector. Bupa have recently developed a report, that examines transparency across the domains of finance, quality, and patient experience. The result is a comprehensive, evidence-based analysis, with recommendations for individual stakeholders and a series of action areas to address moving forward. Join us at this breakfast session as we explore the report’s findings, and what they mean for Hong Kong’s health system.

 

About the speakers

William Brocklehurst manages internal and external communications, government relations, and corporate social responsibility across Bupa’s businesses in Hong Kong and its provision business and Representative Office in China. Will has been at Bupa for over seven years, working in Bupa’s head office, its UK operating business and for the last three years and a half in his current role based in Hong Kong. Prior to joining Bupa, Will spent over five years at the UK’s national business federation, representing UK business interests in UK and EU legislative processes. Will has a Masters in European Politics from the London School of Economics. 

 

Dr Hong Fung is CEO of the CUHK Medical Centre (CUHKMC) and Honorary Professor at the Jockey Club School of Public Health & Primary Care (JCSPHPC), The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). In addition, Dr Fung is President of the Hong Kong College of Community Medicine (HKCCM) since 2014.

Dr Fung joined CUHK in 2014 as Executive Director of CUHKMC and Professor of Practice in Health Services Management at JCSPHPC. He was also Co-director of the
Master of Science in Health Services Management Programme and Health System
Leadership Programme at JCSPHPC.

Before he joined CUHK, Dr Fung was Cluster Chief Executive (CCE) of the New Territories East Cluster (NTEC) and Hospital Chief Executive (HCE) of the Prince of
Wales Hospital at the Hospital Authority (HA) from 2002 to 2013, overseeing the
management and operations of 7 public hospitals.

Prior to that, he worked in the HA Head Office and was responsible for the planning
and development of the public hospital services and facilities for over a decade. He
spearheaded the development of HA’s Clinical Management System and Electronic
Patient Records.

Dr Fung is well recognised for his expertise in medical leadership, health planning,
health informatics and health services management. His academic interest is in
medical leadership and health system performance.

 

Linda Burgoyne is a highly experienced healthcare professional with a passion for providing the best patient experience. She is instrumental in consistently maintaining high patient satisfaction and staff involvement. She is dedicated to providing high quality measurable care. Linda has held senior leadership positions in Europe, the Middle East and Hong Kong and also volunteered as a nurse/midwife in Indian and Nepal. She is actively involved in health care in the region.

 

 

 

 

Thalia Georgiou is the Founder of Asia Care Group; a boutique healthcare advisory firm that supports clients to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare. Previously, Thalia held a number of senior healthcare management roles in both the UK and Asia, including leading KPMG’s healthcare practice in Hong Kong and Heading the Public Health Office for London. Thalia was recently named as one of the U.K’s "35 top business women under 35” by Management Today, for her substantial contribution to leading change in the health sector. Thalia set up her first healthcare consulting business aged just 26; which grew to serve an international clientele including the Governments of the UK, Hong Kong, Bermuda and Canada, as well as multinational clients. Her firm led several multi-million-pound projects, including the turnaround and restructuring of one of the UK’s largest hospital groups, the restructuring of London’s largest community provider and the development of the commercial strategy for establishing one of the five largest Immunology and Transplantation Centres in the world. Through her new firm, Thalia hopes to bring the same level of expertise to health systems across the Asia-Pacific region.

 

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ATTENDEE PRICE
Member $ 400.00 HKD
Non-Member $ 470.00 HKD
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Event:

Embracing Transparency – Harnessing the Power of Data in Hong Kong’s Private Healthcare System

Date:
Tue, January 09, 2018
Time:
08:00 AM - 09:30 AM
Speaker:

William Brocklehurst, Director of Corporate Affairs, Bupa Hong Kong

 

Dr Hong Fung, Chief Executive Officer, CUHK Medical Centre

 

Linda Burgoyne, Chief Executive Officer, Matilda International Hospital

 

Thalia Georgiou, Founder, Asia Care Group

 

Venue:
Victoria Suite, The Hong Kong Club, 1 Jackson Road, Central. Hosted by Andrew Seaton.
Contact Person:
Yammie Yuen
Contact information:
yammie@britcham.com

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