Author Archives: Adam Chee

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WHO’s Digital Health Technical Advisory Group (DHTAG)

Although I usually make sure updates via Twitter, I thought that it might be appropriate to share this piece of information here too; I am both honoured and excited to share that I’ve been appointed the Roster of Experts (Digital … Continue reading

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Tweets & Updates

Dear friends; We have updated this web portal to reflect our Twitter Tweets as updates If you can’t see any updates, you are most probably visiting us from Mainland China (where Twitter is blocked) To search for a specific or … Continue reading

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Ramblings: Singapore health system hit by ‘most serious breach of personal data’ in cyberattack

Most folks working in the healthcare industry, especially for those of us in Singapore would have heard by now, that SingHealth’s IT System was hacked where records of 1.5 million patients (including our Prime Minister, Mr Lee Hsien Loong’s) were … Continue reading

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Nanyang Polytechnic – Starhub Centre for Connected Care

I tweeted about the official launch + MOU signing of the Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) – Starhub Centre for Connected Care but thought I will also do a detailed blog post here. First things first, for the interested, the news coverage … Continue reading

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Just because you DON’T understand it doesn’t mean it’s “too academic”

Someone commented that I am “too academic” in my work approach and “lack” industry perspective. My reaction was one of more surprised than annoyed because I’ve been told on most occasions that my approach was too pragmatic (taking situations contextually … Continue reading

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Behavioural Economics in Health(care)

A “project colleague” mentioned recently (during a brainstorming discussion) that he encountered difficulties in gaining user adoption for a particular trial and was hoping that a tweak in technology (miniaturizing the device) would help solve the issue. I went into … Continue reading

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Context-Driven Innovation

Innovation has been a recurring topic of late (for me) and the subject came up again earlier today during a casual conversation. While it is actually quite normal for me to touch on Innovation (I examine Innovation as a topic … Continue reading

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