70 International speakers from 15 countries
8 Concurrent subject tracks
35 Special Interest (Breakout) Session
5 Thought Leading Plenary Sessions
10 Best Practices Presentations and Solutions Clinic
“Learn from 70 international experts”
32 are confirmed at this early stage
Dr. Marc Evans Abat, Consultant Director, Center for Healthy Aging, The Medical City, Philippines
Dr. Dilshaad Ali Abas, Chief Executive Officer – Group, Avivo Group of Hospitals, UAE
Qadriya Almarzouqi, Health Affairs Director, BAYTI Home Healthcare, UAE
Joyce Socao-Alumno, President & CEO, Health Core, Philippines
Dr. Kaushik Banerjea, Director, Medical Services Portland District Health, Australia
Prof. Dr. Virgel C. Binghay, Director, Center for Industry Productivity and Competitiveness, University of the Philippines, Philippines
Peter Brown, Director, Care Resort Chiang Mai, Thailand
Dr. Ejaz Ahmad Chaudhry, Chief Executive Officer, Noble Care, Malaysia
Dr. Nikunj Chavda, Founder & Director, Kadji The Care, India
Kelly Choo, Co-founder & Chief Marketing Officer, Neeuro, Singapore
Prof. Philip Choo, Group CEO, National Healthcare Group, Singapore
Marc Daubenbuechel, Managing Director, RainTree Care International, Philippines
Prof. Rene Domingo, Management Consultant, Professor of Management of Asian Institute of Management, Philippines
Muntoh Fong, Principal and CEO, Autumn Agedcare Academy and Consultancy, Malaysia
Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Hamdy, Chief Operating Officer- Group, Al Salama Group Holdings, UAE
Prof. Brian Kennedy, Director, Centre for Healthy Ageing, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Karl LaRowe, Speaker & Consultant, Compassion Strengths, Malaysia
Dr. Martha Tara Lee, Relationship Counselor & Clinical Sexologist, Eros Coaching, Singapore
Prof. Dr. Chong-Wey Lin, Founder and President, OurCityLove Social Enterprise, Taiwan
Sreenivas Narayanan, Founder/Director, Asian Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST), Philippines
Ng Li Lian, Co-Founder, Tetsuyu Home Care, Singapore
Dr. Ng Wai Chong, Chief of Clinical Affairs, Tsao Foundation, Singapore
Ibnu Firdaus bin Nooraman, Secretary, Gerontological Nurses’ Chapter (Singapore Nurses’ Association), Singapore
Michael Podolinsky, CEO, Podolinsky International, Singapore
Prof. Tri Buhd W Rahardjo, Director, Centre for Ageing Studies, Universitas Indonesia (CAS UI), Indonesia
Amitabh Saxena, CEO, Anexas Europe, Denmark
Joe Sham, Director, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council, Hong Kong
Chetan Sharma, COO & Director, Datamation International, India
Prof. Tan Hwee-Pink, Academic Director, SMU-TCS iCity Lab, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Dr. Trần Thị Minh Thi, Director General, Institute for Family and Gender Studies, Vietnam
Patricia Williams, Founder & President, Global Health Services Network, USA
Jiadi Yu, Principal Investment Officer, International Finance Corporation, Hong Kong
The Eight Subject Tracks
Conversations on how new information technology and other technical solutions are improving the products, the services and the profits in the age care industry.
Presentations on how some of the very successful care-givers and age-care companies are serving the elderly.
Tools of quality and business improvement being used by some of the best care-givers that help them streamline their services and products.
Interactive talks and workshops on what is necessary to improve personal and management skills with examples from the elderly care industry.
Foundational ideas and tips by very popular business gurus on how to start up, build and grow, your professions or ventures in elderly care.
Focused discussions and presentations by geriatric and gerontology experts on how to blend care services with clinical services.
This is the track to go when you want to build your brand and leap frog your business bottom-line.
C-Level roundtables, symposia and briefings on topics related to strategy, policy, business matching and financing.
Shortlist of Topics
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What you will get from the plenary sessions
Thought-leaders identify the elderly care trends and innovations of the times, and the implications for caregivers, specialists and organizations.
What you get from the Special Interest (Breakout) Sessions
Delegates will choose from no fewer than 40 information-packed workshops in eight subject tracks. These are “how to” sessions designed to be immediately useful for caregivers, specialists and organizations.
In all, you will learn global best practices, discover new services and generate more business.
In just two days, delegates to the annual Managing Elderly Care event will sharpen their skills, expand their thinking, increase their expertise, and become more inspired to achieve even higher levels of excellence. They will share with and learn from fellow elderly care professionals – the best from all over the region – who share the same challenges.
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Managing Elderly Care in Asia is organized by Conference and Event Organizers, Inc.