The next frontier of Healthcare
Beyond the medical sciences
Singapore’s strong infocomm and technology infrastructure also supports the development of intelligent solutions for the healthcare sector. This infrastructure will be critical as the island’s healthcare industry gears up to support its ageing population.
Applied Health Sciences Business Events: Opportunities for growth
As Singapore and ASEAN’s Healthcare and Biomedical industries develop, there is rising demand and market relevance for healthcare thought-leadership conferences. The shift in focus on the continuum of care and preventive care studies is another trend that is surfacing. Alongside Asia’s demographic trends and Singapore’s medical specialities, there is also a captive regional audience for trade conferences and exhibitions on chronic and infectious diseases, cardiology, ageing and rehabilitation, healthcare technology, nutriceutical and medical sub-specialities.
Did you know?
- More than 30 of the world’s leading biomedical sciences companies leverage Singapore’s strengths and use Singapore as their base for developing innovative medical solutions tailored to Asian markets2.
- The pharmaceuticals segment expanded 26.9 per cent, while the medical technology segment grew 9.6 per cent with higher export demand for medical instruments3. In Singapore, a total of 22 private and public hospitals are accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI)4, making up one-third of total number of JCI-accredited hospitals in Asia.
- Accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Centre (ANCC), Singapore General Hospital is placed among the elite top five per cent of hospitals5 in the world, alongside internationally renowned hospitals such as the Mayo Clinic, John Hopkins Hospital and Duke University Hospital.