Global Executive Search specialist RSA to address The Economists Healthcare in Asia Luncheon
Global Executive Search specialist RSA to address The Economist’s & lsquo;Healthcare in Asia’ Luncheon
RSA, the leading global life sciences executive search and interim management specialist, today announced its involvement at this year’s Economist’s & lsquo;Healthcare in Asia’ conference. CEO Nick Stephens, along with Susan Macdonald, Managing Director of RSA Singapore, and Andy Smith, Vice President of RSA Singapore, will be attending the event from 28th – 29th March 2012 at The Fullerton Hotel, Singapore.
Attracting some of the most experienced industry-leaders from around the globe, attendees will hear from leading experts on healthcare reforms in emerging Asia, the feasibility of adopting an outcomes-orientated healthcare system in both developing and developed Asian countries and how a universal health system can improve health outcomes.
Joined by distinguished colleagues from leading bioscience firms, healthcare providers and academia, Nick Stephens, CEO of RSA, will be giving the welcome remarks ahead of Luncheon on 28th March where he will discuss various themes including open innovation, stratification and outcomes-based payment.
“The oversubscription of the Economist’s Healthcare in Asia conference demonstrates how key healthcare is in this region and its influence on the future shape of the Life Sciences industry. To attract prestigious speakers including health ministers, leading academics and global heads of private firms, reflects commitment to improving not just the healthcare in Asia but globally” says Stephens. “The response for this event has been very motiving and we are delighted to be able to provide our insight and thoughts on the critical elements that will drive success in Asian Healthcare.”
This two day conference will bring together health ministers, global heads of private firms, leading academics and senior executives from NGOs and multilaterals to provide attendees with the latest information in the Asian healthcare system. Among confirmed industry-leading speakers are Gan Kim Yong, Singapore Minister of Health, Sir Andrew Dillon, CEO of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) and Anil Kapur, Managing Director of the World Diabetes Foundation. The conference will cover:
How to structure healthcare systems around clinical outcomes
Outcomes-orientated models in Asian countries
Disease prevention and diagnosis discussions
The best way to cut costs for payers
Stephens concluded: “We are proud to be supporting and contributing to an event that can be a catalyst for changing and supporting accessible medicines to those who need it most.”
To find out more about The Economist’s Healthcare in Asia 2012 conference, visit: http://www.economistconferences.asia/event/healthcare-asia-2012