Ageing Asia and our webinar partner, Tetsuyu Healthcare would like to invite you and your colleagues to the upcoming Ageing Asia 'Impact of COVID-19 on the Business of Ageing' webinar with a spotlight on how Artificial Intelligence (AI) supports clinical management.
In the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the positive outcomes is the rapid acceleration of the technology adoption curve for the eldercare sector. The use of technology is supporting improvement in efficiency and productivity for care staff; to enable them to allocate more time towards providing care and have social engagement with elders. During the session, we will discuss with our panel of speakers how technology innovations support the future of aged care and highlight case studies on leveraging AI and teleheatlh for wound management.
Session Highlights include:
Leveraging AI for better wound management
Clinical case-study on adoption of AI for wound management in Singapore
Panel Discussion: Technology innovations for the future of home care
2:00 pm Welcome by Webinar Host
Ms Janice Chia, Founder & Managing Director, Ageing Asia, Singapore
2:05 pm Welcome by Webinar Partner and Introductions to Speakers
Ms Li Lian Ng, Co-Founder and Director, Tetsuyu Healthcare, Singapore
2:10pm Presentation 1: Telehealth for Wound Management in Japan
Dr. Shinsuke Muto, President, Tetsuyu Institute Medical Corporation, Chairman, Integrity Healthcare Co., Ltd., Co-Founder & Medical Director, Tetsuyu Healthcare Holdings, Pte. Ltd.,President, Community Healthcare Coordination Platform, Inc., Japan
2:30 pm Q&A with Dr. Shinsuke Muto
2:40 pm Presentation 2: Leveraging AI for Good Wound Outcomes (a S.E.A perspective)
Dr Divya Panicker, Clinical Advisor, Tetsuyu Healthcare, Singapore, Area Sales Manager, Healthcare SEA & ANZ, Medela
3:00 pm Q&A with Dr Divya Panicker
3:10 pm Panel Discussion: Technology Innovations for the Future of Aged Care
Moderated by Janice Chia, Founder & Managing Director, Ageing Asia, Singapore.
・Ms Li Lian Ng, Co-Founder and Director, Tetsuyu Healthcare, Singapore
・Dr.Shinsuke Muto, President, Tetsuyu Institute Medical Corporation, Chairman, Integrity Healthcare Co., Ltd., Co-Founder & Medical Director, Tetsuyu Healthcare Holdings, Pte.Ltd., President, Community Healthcare Coordination Platform, Inc., Japan,
・Dr Divya Panicker, Clinical Advisor,Tetsuyu Healthcare, SIngapore,AreaSales Manager,Healthcare SEA & ANZ, Medela
3:30 pm End of Webinar
About Tetsuyu Healthcare
We are a HealthTech start up based in Singapore. Tetsuyu is co-founded by Dr Shinsuke Muto, a Japanese cardiologist and home care specialist and Ms Ng Li Lian, a former senior banker. At Tetsuyu, we want to transform community care with innovative care models and technology. This means bringing to market care solutions to improve access, productivity, quality and value. Our team believes true breakthrough comes from correctly applying cutting edge technologies to real clinical and care needs or challenges. Our clinical team and engineers work with other clinicians and care providers on user needs to drive design that solves pain points. We want these innovations to create sustainable social impact through better access to care and affordability.
About Ageing Asia
Ageing Asia is Asia Pacific’s first industry network on the business of ageing. We are an independent business network that seeks to unite business, government, community leaders and the media to address opportunities for the ageing population by nurturing partnerships and curating development of solutions. Our mission is to change the future of ageing in Asia Pacific.
Three Pillars of Ageing Asia:
· Facilitate knowledge transfer of best practices, concepts and innovations in health and elder care between countries and sectors
· Research and identify market intelligence on Asia Pacific’s silver economy business opportunities
· Improve quality of elderly care in Asia Pacific
Ageing Asia is a member of raiSE, Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise. As a social enterprise, we allocate at least 10% of the revenue to sponsor representatives in not-for-profit sectors in Singapore and Asia with free tickets and discounted rates to our training programmes and events. Our charity initiative is the Art for Seniors Project that aims to brighten nursing care facilities through wall murals, and to promote intergenerational bonding and engagement with the elders.