Longevity Society: Recruiting and Retention of Talent in Health and Care Sector

Tackling the human capital crisis i.e. staff shortages and an increasingly exhausted workforce has been a pressing priority for the health and care sectors.

The Future Health Index 2022 report reveals that addressing staff satisfaction and retention are top of mind for healthcare leaders in Singapore as they invest into a more resilient health system of the future. With much confidence in data and digital technology shaping the future of care, can this also be part of the solution to our talent crunch? How can we unlock the power of technology to build a more connected and engaged workforce?


We invite you to join our guest of honour Mr Tan Kiat How, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information & Ministry of National Development along with experts from Singapore’s healthcare industry, for a dialogue on skills, resourcing and digitization priorities for Singapore’s health and care sector, as the country pivots towards the prioritization of preventative healthcare and health management outside the hospital setting under Singapore’s Healthier SG roadmap.


Date: 10 November 2022
Time: 10.00am to 12.00pm (Breakfast starts at 9.00am)
Venue: Singapore University of Social Sciences, Blk C, Seminar
Room C.4.08./C.4.09, 463 Clementi Rd, Singapore 599494

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To reserve your place,
please RSVP by Tuesday, 8TH November

Attending in-person*: REGISTER HERE
*Physical event attendance is capped at 100 registrants.

Attending virtually: REGISTER HERE

Want to learn more about this topic and the top priorities
of Singapore’s healthcare leaders today?

Download a copy of the Future Health Index 2022 Singapore Report





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