Photo: From left: Mark Hobson, Asia Regional Manager of Fairfax Business Media, with Chan Soo Chung, Executive Director of National Healthcare Group, and Mark Winn, Director, Allied Health & Healthcare Analytics of Integrated Health Information Systems.
Integrated Health Information Systems and National Healthcare Group Pharmacy (Singapore): The Multi-Dose Medication Management (MMM) system
The Multi-dose Medication Management system pre-packs all medicines a patient needs to take at a prescribed time into a single sachet. It dispenses patients' medication as a series of sachets organised by the date/ time for consumption. This significantly improves patient safety and care in Nursing Homes, at home, and beyond the hospital walls. This innovative approach to dispense and pack medication from a centralised pharmacy location provides significant benefits for thousands of elderly chronic disease patients taking their medication at home, in Nursing Homes or Day Care Centres.
Photo: From left: T.C. Seow, editor of CIO Asia, with Carlo A. Cruz, Demand Forecasting and Business Intelligence Manager, and Mauricio D. Franco, Jr., CIO of Manila Water Company.
Manila Water Company, Inc.: Customer Care and Billing System Business Intelligence (CCBS BI) Project
This business intelligence project is the third component of Manila Water Company's Customer Care and Billing System (CCBS), which gives focus on giving excellent service for the company's customers as well as improving operational efficiency. The BI project has pooled diverse information to provide easy access to data analysis of specific operational and financial performances through self-service report generation, in order to formulate effective strategies to increase sales and revenues, improve efficiencies and customer service quality.
Photo: T.C. Seow presenting the trophy to Suresh Navaratnam, Director, OSH Policy, Information & Corporate Services, Ministry of Manpower Singapore.
Ministry of Manpower, Occupational Safety & Health Division (Singapore): SNAP@MOM
SNAP@MOM is a strategic project to achieve a quantum leap towards high standards of Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) through industry ownership, crowd-sourcing and active citizenry by offering a simple-to-use mobile application for all WSH stakeholders to flag out and resolve safety and health issues or sharing of best practices. The heart of this strategy is nurturing a progressive and pervasive safety and health culture where all individuals are committed towards the safety and health of their workplace. With the proliferation of smartphone adoption, SNAP@MOM is a step towards making safety and health a way of life, where all WSH stakeholders assume personal responsibility of WSH.
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