Launched on 8 November 2017, the Healthcare Industry Transformation Map (ITM) lays down strategies that support the ongoing shifts in the healthcare system towards promoting healthier lifestyles, moving care into the community instead of in acute hospitals, and having cost-effective, sustainable and accessible care. The Ministry of Health will work with unions, healthcare providers, healthcare professionals and academic and research institutions to operationalise the ITM. Areas that will be looked at include enhancing jobs and skills, raising productivity and encouraging innovation.

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What are You Going to do When You Retire?

Seniors at NTUC Health’s Active Ageing Hub are enjoying retirement with active lifestyles filled with meaning, purpose and friendships.

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This is How Patient Service Associates are Getting Ready for the Future

Patient service associates like Suba Kumaran are now enjoying better jobs, welfare and work prospects thanks to a professional skills framework developed by Tan Tock Seng Hospital.

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Technology Helping Occupational Therapists Make Life Better for Patients

Technology is changing the way occupational therapists like NTUC Health’s Benjamin Lim help patients.

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K.Thanaletchimi: Caring for Healthcare Workers

The healthcare industry has been identified as a growth sector but it will no longer be “business as usual”. We must help healthcarers embrace change and ride the wave of transformation.

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Future Outlook: Healing Technologies

Med-tech that empowers patients and healthcare professionals to do more than they could ever imagined today.

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Learning a New Job while the Old Disappears

When Muhamad Fazalee first joined the National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS) as a medical records officer (MRO) in 2013, much of his work was manual in nature and took place behind the scenes. His task was to make sure that patient records were retrieved from storage and delivered to the centre’s clinics at least two…

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When Parents Grow Up

Parenting a parent? Are we trained to take care of our elderly at home who may not be in the best of health? Chances are no, but there is help out there. Find out more about NTUC Health’s home care services.

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Reese Wong: Stepping into the Future

In the two years that design engineer Reese Wong has worked at iPtec, he’s had to pour in many hours researching the latest updates across the vast medical landscape

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