Corporations looking to expand their market reach through new financing models and partnerships. Industries include, Healthcare and Pharmaceutical, Technology, Finance, Insurance and reinsurance & eCommerce
Healthcare providers interested in deploying new technologies to improve efficiency and quality of care, such as who are hospital and health systems CEOs, COOs, and CFOs, health systems administrators and innovation team leaders
Established startups looking for growth opportunities, such as Fintech & eCommerce startups, Health tech startups, and Insuretech startups
Regulatory experts and policy planners who can enable the development and deployment of more affordable, high quality care through technology, such as regulatory leaders and policy planners
Researchers studying new applications in health services and systems, demographic change, health economics, deep tech, innovative partnerships, and public policy.
The greatest challenge the healthcare industry confronts in our time no longer lies in the lack of treatment technologies but in the failure to make these technologies widely accessible and affordable to the public in times of need. That is why we at ACCESS Health International are committed to our vision that all people, no matter where they live, no matter what their age, have a right to access high quality and affordable healthcare. This is the idea behind the 2017 Fintech for Health conference in Singapore. Innovations in healthcare financing, be them in the field of payment methods, or in the integration of commercial insurance and medical services, or in public private partnerships, eventually come down to promoting the accessibility of high quality healthcare services. With cutting edge technologies such as big data, artificial intelligence and precision medicine, we envision more possibilities to apply innovative healthcare financing solutions towards that end. We expect the Fintech for Health conference to be a starting point of that endeavor, and we hope to work with all of you to bring high quality health innovations to more people.
Fintech can go a long way to making healthcare better, cheaper and more responsive to patient needs. Fintech can contribute to better health coverage through innovative health insurance products and better calibration of premiums. It can improve the integrity of supply chains for drugs and medicines. New approaches can help transfer ownership of health data to individuals, empowering them in ways that has not been possible before. These are just a few examples. Governments across Asia need to catalyze and facilitate fintech as a tool for achieving high quality healthcare for all.”
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