Bangkok: Tue 1-Dec-2020 02:43 (UTC+7)

EABC Luncheon Seminar: Thailand Telehealth Transformation

Online Bookings are not available for this Event.
Date & Time: 03-Dec-2020 11:00 Members Only  
Location: Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel
Duration:
Member Cost: THB 0.00
Details:

BCCT members are invited to join EABC Luncheon Seminar: Thailand Telehealth Transformation: Telemedicine, Telepharmacy & Healthcare Big Data. COVID-19 affects not only the significant change in health system but the significant changes in social behaviour related to health and well-ness. While the case numbers of COVID-19 have been stabilized in Thailand, it does not signal a return to the “normalcy” of our pre-COVID-19 lives. The beginning of a new normal for all of us may need us to consider a step-wise approach based on thorough risk assessments to allow us to earn our living and keep our health system functioning.  There is thus an opportunity for a new health system.

Digitalization would play several roles to improve healthcare access, and quality and efficiency in the healthcare system. Telehealth; including telemedicine and telepharmacy, is one of the key enabling factors to help improving individuals’ health and wellness sustainably and efficiently, especially in an increasingly aging society for the new normalcy.

Date: Thursday 3rd December 2020

Time: 11.00 am - 3.00 pm

Venue: Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel

Cost:

  • THB 1,200 for EABC and participating chambers members
  • THB 1,400 for non-members

Price includes luncheon (3-course meals), presentation and panel discussion (English language)

Booking: Direct to EABC here

This seminar will explore on:

  • How telehealth including telemedicine, telepharmacy and Big data could play the role to improve patient access to treatment and care and pave the way for sustainable health system and pandemic readiness? And what is the current development in Thailand?
  • What opportunities does telehealth; telemedicine, telepharmacy and big data present for health systems and its challenges?
  • What are laws and regulations that enable and support technology adoption related to telehealth; telemedicine, telepharmacy?

Speakers:

Assoc. Prof. Tiranee Achalakul, Ph.D, Director of Government Big Data Institute (GBDi), Digital Economy Promotion Agency (DEPA)

Assoc. Prof. Adune Ratanawichitrasin, M.D., Assistant Secretary General of Medical Council Thailand

Dr. Suchart Chongprasert, Director of Medicines Regulation Division, Thailand Food and Drug Administration

Dr. Lersak Leenanitikul, Deputy Director of ICT Center, Office of Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public Health