Hello 2016 & ITechLaw Asia Pacific Conference

I guess its about time I post my first blog entry for 2016 so here goes;

First thing first – hello everyone šŸ™‚

As you might have noticed, the frequency of blog entries has somewhat decreased over the last few months. While the honest reason is – I have been busy, it doesn’t really “cut it” since everyone is also busy. Hence the reason why I added a Twitter feed in BinaryHealthCare (its on the right side of the blog page).Ā The Twitter feed will serve to provide quick updates while blog entries will aim to provide information with commentaries / analysis andĀ detailed updates.

Now, while I am bursting to share theĀ many initiatives we have going on, I must contain my excitement and calmly request for you folks to kindly keep a pulse on the Twitter feed (@DrAdamChee). There areĀ simply too many awesome stuff that is happening for BinaryHealthCare.

There is however, one update that I would like to shareĀ in this post – my first speaking slot for 2016 would be at ITechLawĀ 2016Ā InternationalĀ Asia-PacificĀ Conference, taking place inĀ Singapore from 20 – 22 January 2016 at St. Regis.

ITechLaw is an association serving the technology law community worldwide since 1971 and has a global membership base representing six continents and spanning more than 60 countries. The ITechLaw 2016Ā International Asia-Pacific Conference is designed to gather leading lawyers and industry representatives to discuss cutting-edge legal topics in technology and internet law – which brings me to myĀ topicĀ “MakingĀ Sense ofĀ the Digital HealthĀ ā€œ Disruptionā€ whereĀ I intend to clarify (to the audience of lawyers), the common confusionĀ facedĀ by heathĀ providersĀ (includingĀ governments)Ā inĀ theirĀ attempts to incorporate DigitalĀ HealthĀ inĀ theĀ provisionĀ ofĀ care.

I will be posting more updates (there is a major initiative I am working on) so stay tune.

 

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