Creating partnerships with academia is critical in healthcare, whether it be in research, impact assessment or the delivery of projects.
After appraising partnerships with four main organisations, Allied World Healthcare (AWH) is proud to announce our partnership with the National University of Singapore (NUS) Institute of Systems Science (ISS) department – notably within the Smart Health Leadership Center, headed by Tamsin Greulich-Smith.
As part of this partnership, AWH and NUS will support each other in four key areas:
Talking about the partnership, Tamsin Greulich-Smith, Chief of the Smart Health Leadership Centre, said:
"We are delighted and proud to work with Allied World Healthcare on such an innovative new model of healthcare delivery. Access to healthcare is something many of us take of for granted, yet for millions of people it remains remote, inconsistent, or unobtainable. Opportunities to transform the experience of health are evolving rapidly, and AWH is pushing the boundaries in exploring how to use these opportunities for the benefit of communities across South East Asia."
AWH CEO Edward Booty commented, " this is a simple and obvious partnership for us. We both want to use technology to create advanced digital health platforms for social good, and improved healthcare access. I am extremely excited for the next year of work, and we already have a number of great projects on the horizon. Thanks to Tamsin for spearheading our joint working."
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