Chronic Care Management Days 2019 An International Look at Health Care Transformation

12.06.2019, 9-12 o'clock – Bern University of Applied Sciences, Hallerstrasse 10, 3012 Bern

Factsheet

  • Start date 12.06.2019, 9-12 o'clock
  • Place Bern University of Applied Sciences, Hallerstrasse 10, 3012 Bern
  • Application deadline 31 May 2019
  • Costs Participation in the event is free.

Programme

  • Chronic care transformation in Singapore
    Prof. David Matchar, Duke-NUS Medical School
  • Non-communicable disease (NCD) management in Cambodia
    Prof. John Ansah, Duke-NUS Medical School
  • Health care transformation in Ontario, Canada
    Angela Burden, Mississauga Halton LHIN
  • Apéro until 1.00 pm

Speaker

David Matchar is the Inaugural Director of the Signature Programme in Health Services and Systems Research (HSSR) at Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore. He is also Professor
of Medicine at Duke University in the United States. David Matchar has worked in clinical research for over 35 years; his work primarily relates to stroke and other chronically disabling neurological disorders, as well as clinical and public policy analysis.

John Ansah is an Assistant Professor in the Signature Programme in Health Services and Systems Research (HSSR) at Duke-NUS Medical School and a faculty fellow at Residential College 4 at National University of Singapore. He is an expert in systems science methods and has over 10 years experience in the application of simulation modeling to complex health policy issues. Currently, his work relates to long-term care needs, resilience and hip fracture recovery, and enhanced primary care for an ageing society amongst others.

and Planning at Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) in Ontario, Canada. Mississauga Halton LHIN is a provincial crown agency responsible to plan, fund, and integrate 1.3 billion C$ in healthcare funding for a region of 1.2 million people. Angela Burden is a dedicated health care professional who has held progressive roles in strategy and operations for 20 years.

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