The HIMSS Government Relations and Asia Pacific Teams have worked collaboratively for nearly two years on a series of Government Relations Roundtables. As part of the collaborative effort, healthcare policy leaders from across the APAC Region have joined a series of 60–90-minute discussions on their individual countries’ and the region’s policies and actions to advance digital health.
At HIMSS22 APAC we have the opportunity to have a face to face discussion on an important foundational aspect of digital health, the trust needed to advance care to meet the HIMSS mission to Reform the global health ecosystem through the power of information and technology.
Building Trust between care delivery systems, patients, clinicians, technologists, market suppliers, standards developers, and government is essential to advance care delivery.
As part of our four-hour discussion, we will explore the model policy frameworks and critical action steps necessary to achieve and maintain trust in the digital health arena.
Philips, during his session ‘Trust on Healthcare Information Exchange’, will share Philips’s learnings from across the globe, the need for standardization to unlock the potential of interoperability, and ways to cultivate trust and collaboration between care delivery systems, patients, clinicians, technologists, market suppliers, standards developers, and governments.