About this event

  • Date and time Tue 11 Jan 2022 from 9:00am to 12 Jan 2022 at 10:20am
  • Location Online
  • Organised by Digital Health, Foreign and Commonwealth office-Beijing

Free event for everyone

On 11 and 12 January, join us in these two webinars - two hours each - where we will discuss the post-pandemic digital health landscape across UK & China and adapting service provision throughout COVID-19. This event will be delivered by the RSM Digital Health Section, supported by the British Embassy Beijing.

The event will provide a platform for knowledge exchange across UK & China health, science and technology to build stronger health systems and services for global health security and enable greater scientific and commercial collaborations and partnerships in Digital Health across UK and China.

This event will focus on educating the select audience and the general public on UK and China excellence and expertise in Digital Health across COVID-19 and beyond.

Day 1: The Post-Pandemic Digital Health Landscape across UK & China - Webinar starts at 9:00am (GMT) / 5:00pm (CST)

Day 2: Adapting service-provision throughout COVID-19 - Webinar starts at 8:00am (GMT) / 4:00pm (CST)

The virtual event is available for on-demand viewing. The recording will be available for registered delegates up to 60 days after the live broadcast via Zoom. The link will be sent 24 hours after the webinar takes place. 

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View the programme 11 January 2022

Day one: The post-pandemic digital health landscape across UK and China

Welcome and introduction

Professor Roger Kirby, President, Royal Society of Medicine and Mr John Edwards, Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for China, Department of International Trade British Embassy Beijing China

Session one: Health systems and digital health

Moderator: Mr Hassan Chaudhury, Global Digital Health Specialist, Department for International Trade

Transformation of health services

UK: Dr Tim Ferris, Director of Transformation National Health Service England

Using digital technology to reset and recover post COVID-19

UK: Professor Joe Harrison, CEO, Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Building a learning health system in China

China: Dr Guilan Kong, Associate Research Professor National Institute of Health Data Science Peking University China

Questions and answers

Session two: Health records

Moderator: Dr Chris Paton, Head of Health Informatics, Oxford University

National health service improvement

UK: Ms Ming Tang, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, National Health Service England

Improving operational management as a catalyst for wider change

UK: Dr Justin Whatling, Managing Director, Global Health and Life Sciences, Palantir

Tencent's portable healthcare assistant

China: Dr Alex NG, Vice President, Health Tencent

Questions and answers
Comfort break

Session three: Learning and best practices

Moderator: Dr Michelle Tempest, Managing Director, Candesic

Insights on COVID-19 from the ZOE study

Professor Tim Spector, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology, Director of Twins UK Registry King's College London

Establishing digital triage in the NHS

UK: Dr Murray Ellender, CEO and Co-founder, eConsult Health

Questions and answers
Closing remarks

UK: Dr Tim Ringrose, Digital Health Section President, Royal Society of Medicine

China: Dr Ruby Wang, Head of Health Policy and Partnerships, British Embassy Beijing

Close of meeting
View the programme 12 January 2022

Day two: Adapting service provisions throughout COVID-19: Telemedicine and diagnostics

Welcome and introduction

Mr Congcong Wang, Head of Operations, TUS Park and Mr Richard Cowin, Health and Life Sciences Counsellor, Department for International Trade, British Embassy Beijing

Session one: Internet hospitals and telemedicine

Moderator: Mr Ben Speyer, CEO, Serica

Internet hospital in China

China: Feng Zhang, Product Director, Medlinker

Connected healthcare

UK: Professor Sultan Mahmud, Director of Healthcare, Enterprise, BT Group PLC

Questions and answers

Session two: Diagnostics and medical imaging

Moderator: Mr Chris Born, Healthcare Specialist, Healthcare UK, Department for International Trade

Pivoting artificial intelligence to combat the COVID-19 pandemic

China: Mr Raymond Moh, Co-founder BioMind

How can imaging artificial intelligence provide support to healthcare services through the pandemic?

Dr Chris Kelly, Google

Questions and answers
Comfort break

Session three: Digital health roadshow

Moderator: Dr Jerry Wu, Head of Investment, TUS Park

Mr Simon Rasalingham, CEO and Chairman, Behold.ai

Dr Hao Zhang, CEO, Oxford Cancer Biomarkers

Mr Richard Jones, President and Chief Strategy Officer, C2-Ai 

Mr Kalpesh Shah, CEO, VCare Systems Limited 

Dr John Parry, Clinical Director, TPP  

Dr Murray Ellender, CEO and Co-founder, eConsult Health

Professor Sanny Jiang, Managing Director, MIRA Innovation 

Ms Lorena Puica, CEO, IamYiam

Closing remarks

UK: Mr Richard Cowin, Health and Life Sciences Counsellor, Department for International Trade, British Embassy Beijing

China: Mr Congcong Wang, Head of Operations, TUS Park

Close of meeting



Disclaimer: All views expressed in this webinar are of the speakers themselves and not of the RSM.

Registration for this virtual event will close on 11 January 2022 at 9:00am. You will receive the link 2 hours before the meeting. Late registrations will not be accepted. 

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