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Monetising Big Data in Healthcare

Monetising Big Data in Healthcare

Please note this event has been postponed.


Supported by the Healthcare Committee



Alison Wong, Partner, Bird & Bird 

Dr Keren Priyadarshini, Regional Healthcare Business Lead, Microsoft 

Stephane Louvrier, General Manager – Greater China, Now Health

Moderator: Hanif Kanji, Founder, Sinophi Healthcare


The use of Big Data in Healthcare has grown exponentially in recent years and the Global Big Data in Healthcare was valued at USD 14.7 billion in 2018 and projected to grow to USD 42.8 billion by 2024.

Technological advances such as AI, machine learning and blockchain are being deployed to aggregate and analyse Big Data for diagnostics, preventative and precision medicine, medical research and holds huge potential to both improve healthcare outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. However, challenges exist on many facets including data ownership; licensing and use of data, data accuracy, transfer and commercialisation of the data.  Ensuring the security and protection on Personal Health Information ("PHI") is critical.

The Healthcare Committee explores how we can address this challenge within the healthcare ecosystem and how stakeholders are leveraging Big Data to create more value and save costs in the businesses. 

There will be an open Q&A session to encourage everyone to share their views.


About the speakers

As a partner in Intellectual Property Group in Hong Kong and head of Life Sciences & Healthcare Sector Group in Asia, Alison Wong has 20 years' experience in advising clients in the life sciences, healthcare, food & beverage and retail & consumer sectors. Specialising in the conduct and supervision of multi-jurisdictional IP and patent litigation, she has significant experience in litigating in the Courts in Hong Kong, China, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam. Meanwhile, her non-contentious practice covers the development and implementation of IP protection strategies, regulatory advice, IP audits and clearances.  In recent years, she has also been involved in negotiating R&D agreements and technology licensing in both the biotechnology and pharmaceutical contexts.

Today, you'll find her ranked as a leading IP and life sciences lawyer by the major industry publications and legal directories. In addition to being a regular speaker at international conferences, she was involved in lobbying the HKSAR government and the HKSAR Legislative Council on copyright law reform. She is a member of APAA, INTA and the HKTMP.

As the Regional Business Lead of Healthcare in Microsoft Asia, Dr. Keren Priyadarshini leads the company’s healthcare business segment across 17 markets in Asia Pacific. Keren is responsible for driving and implementing Microsoft’s healthcare initiatives across the region as well as developing solution offerings and strategies that meet the needs of healthcare and life science customers.

Keren moved to Singapore almost 15 years ago and has been instrumental in establishing the Asia Pacific business for multinational healthcare companies such as GfK and Truven Health. Before joining Microsoft, Keren was the Asia Pacific Vice President of Sales for Truven Health Analytics, part of the IBM Watson Health, where she pioneered the adoption of Watson in the region. Keren graduated as a Fellow from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM-A), Ahmedabad, where she completed her Doctorate in Business Management.

Stephane Louvrier has 20 years experience working in the health insurance sector having previously held senior positions in the industry in both Europe and Asia. He has expertise in delivering a range of strategic insurance projects, and as General Manager for Greater China is responsible for the continued growth of the business across the region.




About the moderator

Hanif Kanji is the founder and CEO of Sinophi Healthcare, a company which invests in and manages hospitals in China. Sinophi works in partnership with hospitals in China’s rapidly growing urban areas to deliver improvements in healthcare. Earlier in his career, Hanif qualified as a doctor and practiced in the UK.  He then spent eleven years in investment banking in corporate finance, derivatives and asset management with financial institutions in London, New York, Paris and Hong Kong.  Returning to healthcare in 2000 and prior to founding Sinophi, Hanif undertook the restructuring of a Hong Kong listed healthtech company which he turned from loss to profit in nine months. Hanif graduated in medicine from Cambridge and received his MBA from Wharton.


This event is hosted by Andrew Seaton. 

Ticket includes a full hot English breakfast buffet.

Please note that Business Attire is required by the Hong Kong Club - collared shirts must be worn by men, and jeans, sandals and sports shoes are not permitted. To see the full list of club rules on dresscode, please click here.


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11/28/2019 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Victoria Suite, The Hong Kong Club 1 Jackson Road Central
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