Empowering Transformation in Healthcare with Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare

Microsoft Malaysia cordially invites you to their inaugural digital healthcare event – Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare 2021 on 19 January, 10AM.

Come hear more about the inevitable forces that are changing the industry, innovations that are shaping the future of healthcare, and how Microsoft is committed in empowering this transformation through the power of technology and the Cloud to deliver better experiences, better insights, and better care across the care continuum.

Digital program highlights:

  1. Virtual fireside chat

Hear from industry subject matter experts as they come together to share their perspectives on the factors and innovations that will shape the future of health, with a dialogue centred around topics that include data interoperability, analytics, and artificial intelligence.

  • Solution insights

Get to know Microsoft’s very first industry-specific cloud, Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, and learn how our solution brings together the trusted capabilities of our full technology stack to enhance patient engagement, empower health team collaboration and improve clinical and operational data insights.

For more information on Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, click here.

To reserve your virtual seat for this event, visit https://aka.ms/mscloudhealthcare for more details.

Guest Speakers’ Profiles

Datuk Dr. Kuljit Singh
President, Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia
Medical Director, Prince Court Medical Centre

Datuk Dr. Kuljit Singh earned his Masters in Otorhinolaryngology from University Malaya, Kuala Lumpur in 2002. At present, he is a Medical Director and Consultant ENT Surgeon at Prince Court Medical Centre and the President of the Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia. In addition to his demonstrated excellence in his area of medical speciality, Datuk Dr. Kuljit is also active in networking and in foreign engagements, often conducting meetings and presentations to government officials and doctors, both at a national and international level. His passion is to serve towards the healthcare of the people of this country.

Dr Fazilah Shaik Allaudin
Senior Deputy Director, Ministry of Health

Dr. Fazilah is presently the Senior Deputy Director under the Planning Division of the Ministry of Health Malaysia. She has held various leadership roles in Malaysia’s first digital hospital – Selayang Hospital across the Telehealth Division, Planning Division and Medical Development Division. 

For over a decade, she has led digital health strategies and collaborations, both locally and internationally; and often represents Malaysia at regional and global dialogues surrounding the topic of digital health. A significant portion of her career has been in managing and coordinating new health facility development projects, mainly Hospital Information Systems.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, she headed the Medical Care Quality Section, leading multiple teams in the areas of infection prevention and control, occupational safety and health, patient safety and mortality review. She also contributed to the Ministry’s strategic communication team and drove digital transformation within the nation’s COVID-19 response.

Dr Keren Priyadarshini
Regional Business Lead, Worldwide Health, Microsoft Asia

As Regional Business Lead of Worldwide Health for Microsoft Asia, Dr. Keren Priyadarshini leads the company’s healthcare business segment across 17 markets in Asia Pacific.

Dr. Priyadarshini is responsible for driving and implementing Microsoft’s healthcare initiatives across the region as well as developing solution offerings and strategies that meet the needs of healthcare and life science customers. She also plays a leading role in establishing thought leadership by defining and articulating the company’s vision for the future of healthcare and sharing how Microsoft technologies and partner solutions are making it a reality.

Her desire is to create a world of ‘Intelligent Healthcare’ through AI and the Cloud, to unlock biological insight and break data from silos for a truly personal understanding of human health and in turn, enable better access to care, lower costs and improved outcomes.