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Transforming Consumer Health: The Paradigm Shift with AI Integration


Apr 15 2024, Monday06:30 PM - 09:00 PM (GMT +8:00) Kuala Lumpur, Singapore


Level 11, PwC Office, 7 Straits View Marina One East Tower , S018936

, Singapore



Artificial Intelligence (AI), which has more typically been discussed for its role within healthcare institutions, now plays a crucial role in the broader Consumer Health journey. From monitoring health through smart wearables and recommending personalised wellness solutions, to streamlining administrative tasks like insurance claims, AI's impact can be far-reaching. However, concerns arise regarding equitable access, digital literacy, reduced personal interactions and privacy implications as the management of health is extended to stakeholders outside the traditional healthcare scope, made possible by digitalisation and AI. Join our panel discussion to explore the possibilities and challenges of integrating AI in the health continuum, aiming for solutions that benefit consumers while addressing these concerns.



  • 6.30pm - 7.00pm: Registration and Check-in

  • 7.00pm - 7.05pm: Introduction and Welcome

  • 7.05pm - 8.00pm: Panel Discussion and Q&A

  • 8.00pm - 9.00pm: Networking

Public transportation:

  • The nearest MRT stations are Downtown, Marina Bay and Shenton Way, which are within a 5 min walk to PwC.

Parking Instructions: The Marina One Carpark is available to the public.

  • The parking rate on Mondays to Fridays is approximately $1.08/10min from 6am to 6.59pm and $3.24/entry from 7pm to 5.59am the following day.



Date: 15 Apr 2024, Monday
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM (GMT +8:00) Kuala Lumpur, Singapore
Location: Level 11, PwC Office, 7 Straits View Marina One East Tower , S018936


Speaker's Profile:

Prof Robert JT Morris, Chief Technology Strategist, Ministry of Health Transformation (MOHT) Singapore
Prof Robert JT Morris

Professor. Robert JT Morris is Chief Technology Strategist for the Ministry of Health Transformation (MOHT) Singapore and concurrently Professor, National University of Singapore Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. He is also an Advisor to the National Research Foundation in the Prime Minister’s Office. His current focus is on application of computer and information sciences, including AI, to transform healthcare. From 2011-2017, he led all IBM Research’s Global Laboratories, including Australia, Africa, China, India, Japan, Singapore and South America. IBM Research earned 6 Nobel prizes, laying the basis for the information revolution. Robert was Chairman, Bay Area Science and Innovation Consortium (BASIC) 2001-2005, comprising heads of major research institutions in Silicon Valley. He has published over 90 scientific articles, and has been awarded 11 patents.

Speaker's Profile:

Dr Ramesh Rajentheran , CEO and Co-Founder, Miya Health
Dr Ramesh Rajentheran

Dr Ramesh Rajentheran is CEO and Co-Founder of MiyaHealth, which builds and operates technology that improves every part of the patient journey. The company’s technologies are deployed in Europe and Asia, helping patients manage chronic illness, enabling payors and providers to provide affordable healthcare and to improve the patient experience. MiyaHealth’s investors include ST Engineering as well as leading VCs across the deep tech, Fintech and HealthTech verticals namely Elev8, Central Capital Ventura, HealthX and Enterprise Singapore SEEDS. Before establishing Miya Health, Dr Ramesh was the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Fullerton Health (FHC), one of Asia’s largest Managed Care and Primary Care Companies Dr Ramesh helped drive FHC’s expansion into four new markets. Dr Ramesh graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. He also holds an MBA in Finance from the London Business School, United Kingdom.

Speaker's Profile:

Dr Wei Siang Yu, Founder and Chairman, Borderless Healthcare Group
Dr Wei Siang Yu

Dr Wei went from a top medical student, graduating with MBBS (Hons) from Monash University in 1995, to become a medical inventor pioneering disruptive and transformative platforms around the world. More than 20 years ago, Dr Wei invented the first wireless contraception in Tokyo, Japan, to help women activate self-care and self-empowerment. Dr Wei founded Borderless Healthcare Group which started an investment in consumer-centric healthcare companies and has now become a global leader in the healthcare technology, media, telecommunication, service and content space. Dr Wei continues to develop his vision from the digital and media space to now ‘connected’ online-to-offline health and wellness services via cloud computing with projects including technology-enabled wellness resorts, health and wellness metaverse and many other initiatives which are featured in numerous global international media.

Speaker's Profile:

Dr Zubin J Daruwalla, Health Industries Leader, PwC Singapore
Dr Zubin J Daruwalla

With more than 20 years of experience spanning a career in healthcare provision in both the public and private sectors across continents, including cities like Dublin, Oxford and Singapore, Zubin leads the healthcare consulting team in the region having gained experience globally that help provide his clients insights that assist in solving their most complex challenges. Zubin has led multiple engagements for large private hospital providers to assess their IT systems, make necessary recommendations and assist in putting together an IT strategy roadmap for the future as well as assist in implementation. By remaining a practicing clinician as well as an Advisor to a number of start-ups in the digital health and medical education space, Zubin brings unique and valuable perspectives to his clients and bridges the gap between clinical and corporate.

Speaker's Profile:

Dr Eleni Dimokidis, Healthcare Technical Leader (Asia Pacific and Japan) , Amazon Web Services
Dr Eleni Dimokidis

Dr Eleni Dimokidis is the Healthcare Technical Leader across Asia Pacific and Japan at AWS. In this capacity, she spearheads healthcare technology innovation within the Public Sector, taking the lead in nationwide digital transformations of hospital systems through close collaboration with Ministries of Health and governments. With a wealth of experience as a technology leader and legal advisor, she possesses a multidisciplinary education, holding a PhD in Regenerative Medicine from UCL, an MSc in Bioengineering from UIUC, an MSc in Nanotechnology from UCL, an LLB in Law from UoL and a BSc in Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics from UTH. She has been recognised as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, a Global Leader by Tällberg Foundation, a Cartier Laureate and has received the Fulbright Scholarship, the National Science Foundation EBICS traineeship, and the BRC-NIHR scholarship based on academic merit.

Moderator's Profile:

A/Prof Daniel Ting, Director, AI Office, SingHealth
A/Prof Daniel Ting

Dr Daniel Ting is the Associate Professor with Duke-NUS Medical School and Stanford University, senior consultant vitreo-retinal surgeon at the Singapore National Eye Center, Director of Singapore Health Service AI Office, and Associate Editor of npj Digital Medicine. To date, Daniel has published >250 peer reviewed publications in high-impact journals, such as JAMA, NEJM, Lancet, Nature Medicine, and serves in American Academy of Ophthalmology, STARD-AI, QUADAS-AI and DECIDE-AI as an executive committee. In 2022 and 2023, Daniel was ranked the Top 100 Ophthalmologists Power list by the Ophthalmologists, and ranked Top 100 clinical research (0.001%) in the World’s Top 2% Scientists by the Stanford University. From 2010 to 2021, he was also ranked 1st for deep learning AI research scientist in the world across all domains (>55K researchers) by the ExpertScape.