|Sumit Puri||Mohit Sagar|
|Chief Information Offcer||Group Managing Director & Editor-in-Chief|
|MAX Healthcare, India||OpenGov Asia|
OpenGov Breakfast Insight - Digital Hospital is the Future
Thailand is among the Southeast Asian countries with advanced economic development and healthcare infrastructure. Thailand is also a health leader in South-east Asia. Not only is it strong on the domestic side, with more than 99% of the population receiving free health care, but it is also a highly competitive destination for medical tourism. Heavy investment continues in the sector.
Hospital groups are raising funds and expanding, mergers are being undertaken and the sector is venturing overseas. Health care is growing and seen as a source of significant opportunity and growth.Thailand is among the Southeast Asian countries with advanced economic development and healthcare infrastructure.
Thailand is also a health leader in South-east Asia. Not only is it strong on the domestic side, with more than 99% of the population receiving free health care, but it is also a highly competitive destination for medical tourism. Heavy investment continues in the sector. Hospital groups are raising funds and expanding, mergers are being undertaken and the sector is venturing overseas. Health care is growing and seen as a source of significant opportunity and growth.
Key trends in the Healthcare Market
In regards to energy, it is a major concern in Thailand, as continued economic development demands more consumption and production of electricity. According to the Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency, energy consumption in Thailand grew more than two-fold over the past 20 years and is expected to increase by almost 6 per cent, per year until 2021.
Thailand's Eleventh National Economic and Social Development Plan for 2012-2016, has targeted improvements in natural resource and environmental quality through the development of energy security policies. Energy efficiency is key to achieving energy security and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Resources in the Next 40 years
By 2050, the world’s population aged over 60 will double and how will you care for your hospitals and patients?
Some of the key challenges observed in the healthcare industry include:
So as CIOs and IT leaders start to take rethinking new approaches in their energy management and automation solutions to constantly stay green and sustainable while staying connected moving towards more digitalised hospitals.
In summary, it is critical for healthcare leaders
- To reduce hospital energy bills and meet sustainability goals and government mandates
- To automate, monitor, and control hospital’s infrastructure for improved operational efficiency and staff productivity
- To ensure patient safety through critical power supply and monitoring
- To secure electronic health records with critical power and cooling for data closets
- To reinforce hospital security with integrated access control, video surveillance, RTLS, and more
What’s the best way for IT leaders to respond to this demand?
The answer lies in adopting the right approaches that matches infrastructure density to application requirements and can scale to meet changing demands.
This is a closed-door invitation only to an interactive session with Thailand’s top healthcare CIOs, IT leaders and industry experts.
OpenGov makes a concerted effort to provide participants with ample opportunities to plan and develop strategies in the broad areas of Energy Management, Connected Technologies and Automation
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You are invited to an exclusive breakfast session to understand how to:
Get connected to access the right information— anytime, anywhere for improved patient care
Provide an at-home experience for patients and enhance hospital staff efficiency
Create a future-ready digital hospital
Meet government-mandated CO2 regulations and attract patients with an eco-friendly reputation
Simplify daily routines with complex event and business processing, as well as, automate hospital communication
Enable to staff to spend more time with patients and transform data into actionable knowledge
Reduce delay in patient treatment and decrease healthcare-acquired infections
Find hospital assets quickly for improved patient care and avoid system downtime with preventative maintenance
The dialogue will answer questions, such as to:
Ensure healthcare facilities are safe, reliable, efficient, connected, sustainable
Run sustainably and reduce hospital energy consumption
Remain reliable with safe, reliable power for Health IT systems
Stay safe and secure to provide safe, reliable power for critical areas
Increase efficiency with improved hospital financial health
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- Chief Information Officers
- Heads of Engineering
- Heads of IT
- Heads of Facility
- Heads of Operations