M1: Healthcare Transformation

Thursday, 24th August

Singapore Healthcare Improvement Network (SHINe) is a consortium of healthcare organisations that brings together more than 30 public and private acute hospitals, community hospitals and services, primary care institutions and the Ministry of Health. SHINe is an initiative by healthcare institutions for healthcare institutions that aims to improve patient outcomes. Our philosophy is “All Teach, All Learn, All Share” with a focus on implementing evidence based solutions that are scaled at pace, sustained and constantly improved by building will (especially at the leadership level) and capability, nurturing a culture of improvement and innovation and delivering results.

Presenters for this session include SHINe leaders, faculty as well as frontline leads and implementors who will share their respective journey in executing improvement initiatives to achieve safe and reliable care. Topics to be covered include development of a quality improvement agenda that involved all members, capability and capacity building including the development of a national quality improvement curriculum and the development and rollout of Singapore’s first large scale initiative, across multiple sites, to reduce harm in patients.

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Wong Moh Sim, Head and Senior Consultant Chemical Pathologist, the Department of Laboratory Medicine, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore
Brenda Zhuang, Manager in Clinical Standards and Improvement Department, Office of Clinical Governance, Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH), Singapore
Deepthika De Silva, Head of Healthcare Performance Office, St Andrew’s Community Hospital (SACH), Singapore
Tai Hwei Yee, Group Chief Quality Officer, National Healthcare Group, Singapore
Alvin Chang, Senior Consultant, Department of Neonatology, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Singapore