Smart Health Leadership Centre

Blending the disciplines, skills, and technologies required to make health systems smarter and future ready.

Thought leadership for future-ready health and well-being systems.

Blending the disciplines, skills, and technologies required to make health systems smarter and future ready, the Smart Health Leadership Centre builds relevant capabilities through integrated training & mentorship, stimulates cross-industry collaboration and co-creation, and generates applied research-driven insights to advance opportunities for a smarter health future.

Mission

Transform the way citizens and industry professionals experience care, improving health and wellbeing outcomes.

Vision


To provide thought leadership for future-ready health and wellbeing systems.

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What We Offer

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Learn

Gain critical capabilities to create impact in your industry through experiential learning.

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Collaborate

We provide a range of support for you to find solutions to your challenges.

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Discover

Expand the perspectives and knowledge of your organisation through applied research project partnerships.

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Smart Health Leadership Centre

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  • WSQ Implementing Design Thinking - Karen Tan

    Tan Yi Hui Karen

    Service Quality & Training Manager

    WSQ Implementing Design Thinking

    Very practical, lively, and definitely not boring!

  • WSQ Implementing Design Thinking - Druga Rajendran

    Druga Rajendran

    OD Consultant
    Sequoia Group Pte Ltd

    WSQ Implementing Design Thinking

    Examples given were relevant to healthcare context

Hear From Our Collaborators

Digital Mental Health Project

There will come a day where artificial intelligence will be smart enough to help mental health patients, but the technology is simply not sophisticated enough yet, and my generation does not possess the comfort level with technology to see their phone as their therapist. There is a degree of acceptance that needs to occur for technology to supplement the human element. That will not come quickly, but it is coming.
- Craig DeLarge, Digital Mental Health Project, 2014

Modern Aging Programme, NUS Enterprise

In a smart nation, the future of technologies can help to improve the relationships between the client and healthcare team. The collective efforts of the inter-disciplinary team can help generate new insights which develop new wellness programs and research which can improve the population health.
- Kelvin Tan Cheng Kian, Deputy Director, Modern Aging Programme, NUS Enterprise

IDEO Singapore

State-of-the-art technology becomes useful when it truly addresses people's needs and fits into of healthcare practitioners' and patients' everyday flow. Design-led innovation will be the key: by developing and investing in technology solutions that map to patients' needs, we'll be able to help all players in the healthcare ecosystem navigate an increasingly complex landscape.
- Peter Overy, Managing Director, IDEO Singapore

The Propell Group

The healthtech disruption driven by technology and business models represents a significant opportunity for Singapore to play a central role in powering the future of healthcare across the region.
- Julien De Salaberry, Founder & Chief Innovation Officer, The Propell Group

ConneXionsAsia

Employers can channel more into wellness and disease prevention rather than treatment costs by using technology, like ours, to transform the way employee benefits are offered.
- Rosaline Koo, CEO & Founder, ConneXionsAsia

Events

The 5th Smart Health Community of Practice (CoP): Improving Access to Healthcare: Telehealth and Legal Strategies in the Peruvian Health Sector
  • SmartHealth
  • 2017
  • Communities of Practice
27 Jul 2017

The 5th Smart Health Community of Practice (CoP): Improving Access to Healthcare: Telehealth and Legal Strategies in the Peruvian Health Sector

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News

Delivered: The Tools Needed To Develop A Healthy Framework For Singapore Public Healthcare
01 Mar 2012

Delivered: The Tools Needed To Develop A Healthy Framework For Singapore Public Healthcare

In May 2008, four men at the Institute of Systems Science were given a mammoth task: To kick-start an enterprise architecture that would drive solutions across Singapore’s public healthcare sector...

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