This is a past event. Registration is closed. View other AMCHAM Malaysia events.

Speakers

  • Jitinder Magoon (Strategic Business Leader at IBM ASEAN)

    Jitinder Magoon

    Strategic Business Leader at IBM ASEAN

    Read Bio
  • Datuk Dr. Hj. Rohaizat bin Hj Yon (Deputy Director-General (Medical) of Ministry of Health)

    Datuk Dr. Hj. Rohaizat bin Hj Yon

    Deputy Director-General (Medical) of Ministry of Health

    Read Bio
  • Shalani Andria (Management Consultant, Healthcare at Frost & Sullivan)

    Shalani Andria

    Management Consultant, Healthcare at Frost & Sullivan

    Read Bio
  • Heikal Rosnan (Analyst at Bower Group Asia Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.)

    Heikal Rosnan

    Analyst at Bower Group Asia Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

    Read Bio
  • Dr Fazilah Shaik Allaudin (Senior Deputy Director (Planning Division) of Ministry of Health)

    Dr Fazilah Shaik Allaudin

    Senior Deputy Director (Planning Division) of Ministry of Health

    Read Bio
  • Linda Wang (Partner at ZicoLaw)

    Linda Wang

    Partner at ZicoLaw

    Read Bio
  • Dr. Jasmine Begum (Director, Legal and Corporate Affairs of Microsoft (M) Sdn. Bhd.)

    Dr. Jasmine Begum

    Director, Legal and Corporate Affairs of Microsoft (M) Sdn. Bhd.

    Read Bio
  • Shaun Levine (Head of Government Relations - Southeast Asia at MetLife Insurance)

    Shaun Levine

    Head of Government Relations - Southeast Asia at MetLife Insurance

    Read Bio
  • Dr. Michelle Mah (Director of Sunway Medical Centre Sdn Bhd)

    Dr. Michelle Mah

    Director of Sunway Medical Centre Sdn Bhd

    Read Bio
  • Prof. Dr. Kenneth Lee (Professor (Pharmacy) at Monash University)

    Prof. Dr. Kenneth Lee

    Professor (Pharmacy) at Monash University

    Read Bio
  • Azrul Mohd Khalib (Chief Executive Officer at Galen Centre)

    Azrul Mohd Khalib

    Chief Executive Officer at Galen Centre

    Read Bio
  • Senthil Sockalingam (Vice President, Head of Real-World Insights (Asia-Pacific) at IQVIA)

    Senthil Sockalingam

    Vice President, Head of Real-World Insights (Asia-Pacific) at IQVIA

    Read Bio

Event Details

AMCHAM is pleased to invite you to our first half day program for the year, AMCHAM Healthcare Forum 2019 on Thursday, March 28 from 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. at the Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel.


Objective


The purpose of the AMCHAM Healthcare Forum 2019 is to foster a productive public-private dialogue around the role that the private sector can play in delivering enhanced healthcare outcomes for Malaysia, and how this relates to the government's healthcare strategy. We will be joined by senior officials from the Ministry of Health and other government agencies, as well as leadership from a diverse range of private sector stakeholders in the healthcare sector.


Program


The Pakatan Harapan government's stated ambition is for total healthcare spending in Malaysia to reach 7% of GDP (around RM 100bn), while significantly improving allocative efficiency so that this spending leads to enhanced healthcare outcomes for the rakyat. To achieve this goal will require continued investments from both the public and private sectors, working in tandem to optimise the assignment of responsibilities and financial resources, and to unleash the productivity gains of a healthy and active citizenry.


There will be two panel discussions throughout this program to share about how private sector initiatives help to increase the access to healthcare in Malaysia, and to identify key policy pillars that must be in place in order to facilitate and encourage private sector investment in a nation's healthcare sector.


The program will conclude with a VIP luncheon, with keynote address provided by Datuk Seri Dr. Haji Dzulkefly bin Ahmad, Malaysia's Minister of Health.


Who Should Attend


This program will be of interest to senior management, public affairs, corporate communications and business development professionals from any company with activities in the healthcare sector, including but not limited to pharmaceutical, medical devices, insurance, and new technologies.


We will also welcome a range of invited government officials from relevant departments including Ministry of Health, MITI, MIDA, Ministry of Domestic Trade & Consumer Affairs, and Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development.


How To Participate


The networking coffee break and luncheon are included in the ticket price. Sponsorship packages and corporate tables will close on Friday, 22 March - please enquire with Ms. Elyna Ngu at elyna@amcham.com.my

Agenda

8:30 AM

30 mins

Arrival of Guests & Registration

9 AM

5 mins

Welcome Remarks by AMCHAM

9:05 AM

15 mins

Keynote Address by Ministry of Health

9:20 AM

20 mins

Healthcare Outlook 2019 by Frost & Sullivan

9:40 AM

65 mins

Panel 1: Thriving Together: Role of the Private Sector in Driving Healthcare Innovation
This panel discussion highlights some exemplary cases of private sector initiatives that are expanding access to healthcare in Malaysia, emphasising the potential for technological innovations from the private sector to pioneer the advancement of preventative healthcare and free up public funds for projects of maximum public benefit.

10:45 AM

30 mins

Networking Coffee Break

11:15 AM

60 mins

Panel 2: The Journey to 7% - The Four Cornerstones for Effective Public-Private Collaboration
Our second panel discussion identifies four key ‘cornerstones’ that must be in place in order to facilitate and encourage private sector investment in a nation’s healthcare sector.

The panel considers ways in which the private sector can be enabled to bring investment expertise and innovation to the healthcare space through sustainable and equitable models of healthcare financing, data policies that support innovation, and the development of an open and accessible investment framework.

12:15 PM

2 PM

Luncheon with Datuk Seri Dr. Dzulkefly Ahmad, Minister of Health (confirmed)

Tickets

Member

Registered as a representative of a member company.

Member Price RM 450
Member Company

Employees of an AMCHAM Member Company, but not a registered representative.

RM 495
Association

Applicable for PhAMA, PIAM and LIAM members only

RM 495
AMCHAM Friends - Chambers of Commerce

Applicable to members of international chambers in Malaysia.

RM 550
Non Member
RM 675
Menu