‘Transformation of Healthcare’- Dr.Subra’s focus in World Economic Forum


China, Sep 9 (MyTimes) – Malaysian Health Minister, Datuk Seri Dr.S.Subramaniam is in Dalian, Republic of China attending the World Economic Forum( WEF). Below is his press statement in regards to the forum and Malaysia’s participation.

“I had been invited to attend the World Economic Forum (WEF) 9th Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2015 (AMNC) from 9 to 10 September 2015 in Dalian, People’s Republic of China. The theme for the WEF AMNC 2015 is “Charting a New Course for Growth”. A total of 1,500 participants from business, government, research and media from over 90 countries will join the meeting to discuss and debate breakthrough innovations with leading experts and technologists, engage with a new generation of business innovators and research pioneers and advance innovation, productivity and trust through public-private dialogue.”

“Today, I will deliver and address an interesting topic called “The Transformation of Healthcare”. I will share Malaysian experience, insights and knowledge on the drivers of transformation. The session will focus on what are the shifts and uncertainties that shape the future of healthcare in the world. Later in the session, as a member of the panel and as a moderator, I will be guiding the discussions.”

“On the morning of 10 September 2015, I will be presenting and moderating on the session entitled “Building an ecosystem of partnerships to catalyze Health Systems Leapfrogging”. I will be sharing my views on ecosystem of public-private partnerships in supporting innovations. We will also discuss public health impact, financial sustainability as well as the challenges of collaborating with other stakeholders.”

“In the afternoon session on the 10th September 2015, I will participate in the “Health Summit at Dalian: Collaborating to Build Health-enabling Environments”. As one of the presenters and panel member of the session, I will share the insights on the future of Healthy project, multi-stakeholder approach and lessons learned from addressing environmental challenges. I will be addressing my views to the session’s attention on priorities of governments and what can be done to ensure health-enabling environments in an emerging economy like Malaysia.”

Minister of Health, Malaysia


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