Organizers & Partners
The Centre for Healthcare Innovation (CHI) Co-Learning Network was launched in October 2016 and currently has thirty-seven (37) local and international partners from Academia, Strategic Agencies, Healthcare Clusters, Community Partners and Industry Knowledge Partners. Hosted by Tan Tock Seng Hospital, CHI has adopted the following three (3) strategic thrusts to drive healthcare innovation: Build Thought Leadership, Enable Workforce Transformation, and Effect Systems-Level Change.
The Network is founded on the concept of Co-Learning – the idea that we learn better together as a Community of Practice. We are an open learning platform, an ecosystem of value-enabling alliances. Through our network, like-minded local and overseas innovation partners will co-learn and collaborate by co-building thought leadership in healthcare innovation, co-transforming the workforce for our future, and co-developing new training and andragogy. We will meet current and future healthcare challenges through innovative and value-driven care delivery to the populations we serve.
The CHI Co-Learning Network is enabled by our financial lever, the Ng Teng Fong Healthcare Innovation Programme that funds and supports healthcare innovation in collaboration with its partners through five (5) tracks – Strategic Training, Innovation, Community Enabling, Strategic Innovation and Strategic Research. The programme is managed by the TTSH Community Fund and CHI.
The Ng Teng Fong Centre for Healthcare Innovation is an exciting nine (9)-storey conference, training and innovation building that aims to transform our healthcare workforce to be future-ready. At twenty-five thousand (25,000) sqm, it is Singapore's largest purpose-built innovation centre with MICE facilities, simulation and innovation labs and engagement spaces.
Partner Healthcare Clusters
NHG's vision is "Adding Years of Healthy Life". This vision goes beyond merely healing the sick to the more difficult and infinitely more rewarding task of preventing illness and preserving health and quality of life. With some 22,000 staff, NHG aims to provide care that is patient-centric, accessible, seamless, comprehensive, appropriate and cost-effective.
As the Regional Health System (RHS) for Central Singapore, it is vital for NHG to partner and collaborate with stakeholders, community advisors, and voluntary welfare organisations. Together with their patients, their families and caregivers, NHG aims to deliver integrated healthcare services and programmes that help in Adding Years of Healthy Life to all concerned.
NUHS leverages its unique position as an Academic Health System to tap on the wealth of resources residing within the National University of Singapore (NUS). Through collaborations with NUS faculties, NUHS is able to draw on their academic, research and creative capabilities to develop solutions for existing and emerging health and healthcare needs.
As a Regional Health System, NUHS works in close partnership with community hospitals, general practitioners, family medicine clinics, nursing homes and other community partners to provide integrated care to the community.
With member institutions under one Academic Health System, NUHS creates synergies as a fully integrated cluster to provide seamless care, develop solutions for Singapore's healthcare challenges and nurture the next generation of healthcare professionals.
SingHealth, Singapore’s largest public healthcare cluster, is committed to providing affordable, accessible and quality healthcare to patients. With a network of acute hospitals, national specialty centres, polyclinics and community hospitals offering over 40 clinical specialties, it delivers comprehensive, multi-disciplinary and integrated care. Beyond hospital walls, SingHealth partners community care providers to enable patients to receive the right care close to their homes. As part of the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre, SingHealth also focuses on advancing education and research to continuously improve care outcomes for patients.
Ministry of Health (MOH) is an innovative, people-centred organisation, committed to:
- Medical excellence
- The promotion of good health
- The reduction of illness
- Access to good and affordable healthcare for all Singaporeans, appropriate to their needs
Through MOH, the Government manages the public healthcare system to ensure that good and affordable basic medical services are available to all Singaporeans. We achieve this by providing subsidised medical services while promoting individual responsibility for the costs of healthcare services. While our population is encouraged to adopt a healthy lifestyle and take responsibility for their own health, safety nets are in place to ensure that no Singaporean is denied access to healthcare or turned away by public hospitals because of lack of money. The public healthcare delivery system is geographically structured as vertically integrated delivery networks: National Healthcare Group (NHG), National University Health System (NUHS) and Singapore Health Services (SHS). The work of MOH is implemented through its three main groups:
- Policy and Corporate Group
- Operational Groups
- Professional Cluster
MOH also licenses and regulates all healthcare establishments such as hospitals, nursing homes, clinical laboratories, medical and dental clinics.
Temasek Foundation’s programmes are made possible through philanthropic endowments gifted by Temasek, as well as gifts and other contributions from other donors. These programmes strive to deliver positive outcomes for individuals and communities now, and for generations to come.
Collectively, Temasek Foundation’s programmes strengthen social resilience; foster international exchange and catalyse regional capabilities; advance science; and protect the planet.