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Can we organise ourselves differently to tackle digital disruption and transformation in healthcare? This talk will answer the question by examining the impact of digital technologies on the intersection of work and healthcare. It will explore ideas about how we can access the whole spectrum of expertise that we need in the future -- from clinical knowledge to data science to social support -- as cities build community-based health ecosystems. It will also present scenarios for the future of work and healthcare, and propose unifying strategies that underpin how we choose to respond.
This talk will draw on the forthcoming book Living Digital 2040: Future of Work, Education and Healthcare, the title of the report for the National Research Foundation/Ministry of National Development-funded project “Future of Cities -Living With Technology”. This project was a multi-disciplinary study across design, social science, technology, organizations, strategy, and public policy. It was conducted with key collaborators, including the Smart Health Leadership Centre at the NUS-Institute for System Science.
The talk will be presented by Mr POON King Wang. For the Q&A panel, he will be joined by Dr LIM Wee Kiat, Dr Hyowon LEE, Mr Aaron YONG, and Dr Marie CHAE.
The Smart Health Community of Practice (CoP) is composed of professionals from across the medical, health and wellbeing ecosystem united by their interest in exploring how technology, data, innovation and empathic design can help people experience better health and care. The Community of Practice is formed with the objective of supporting the adoption of technology in innovative and integrated platforms across the health and wellbeing landscape, through peer-to-peer sharing, learning, and the promotion of collaboration across organisational and industry boundaries, through a vibrant network of practitioners. The Smart Health CoP is open to anyone with an interest in transforming the way we will experience health in the future.
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Living Digital 2040: The Impact of the Future of Work on the Future of Healthcare
By Mr. Poon King Wang
Director, Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities, Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)
Programme may be subjected to changes.
Mr POON King Wang is Director, Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities, Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). He is concurrently Co-Director of the SUTD-JTC Industrial Infrastructure Innovation Centre. He also sits on the Board of Directors of the BCA Centre for Sustainable Buildings Ltd (a collaboration between Singapore’s BCA and the UNEP). He was the Principal Investigator for Living Digital 2040.
Dr LIM Wee Kiat is Research Fellow, Asian Business Case Centre at the Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He studies organizational change concerning technology, risk, and disasters. Before receiving his Ph.D. in Sociology from University of Colorado at Boulder, Wee Kiat held research and planning positions across telecommunications and defense sectors in Singapore. He was the Co-Principal Investigator for Living Digital 2040.
Dr Hyowon LEE is an Assistant Professor at Singapore University of Technology and Design. His research area is in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and interaction design for novel application scenarios. He was the Co-Principal Investigator for Living Digital 2040.
Mr Aaron YONG has been an industrial designer for the past 9 years. He has helped to design products for regional and global markets, ranging from consumer electronics, to baby and mother care products, to household kitchen appliances. He has designed for many companies, including Sennheiser, Pigeon Singapore Pte Ltd, Creative Technologies Pte Ltd, a major ODM manufacturer in Hong Kong, and several creative consultancies.
He has a proven track record in user experience design, and is guided by his belief that design should make the greatest pleasures in life more enjoyable and the chores in life easier. He now teaches the Diploma in Design for User Experience at Republic Polytechnic. He was the Senior Industrial Designer for Living Digital 2040.
Dr Youngjin (Marie) CHAE is a visiting researcher at the Institute of Symbiotic Life-TECH, Yonsei University (Korea), and a research scientist in the field of technologically-intensive design for functional garments and wearable electronics.
Her research interests are in the areas of creative design in smart clothing and E-textiles by considering emotional and humanitarian aspects of wearable devices and comfort issues of functional garments.