There is a lot of excitement around Digital Therapeutics (DTx) in recent years, with investors placing their bets on different companies globally as well as here in Singapore.

Under the broad category of digital health, DTx refers to evidenced-based intervention and therapy that focuses on patient-centric care, driven by high-quality software programs and applications. As the space continues to evolve, the big question is, when will we break through to bigger adoption by healthcare players and providers in the ecosystem? 

The Innovation in Digital Therapeutics Forum on 7 July 2022, will bring together DTx technologists, healthcare providers, and medtech experts to share technology trends, industry insights and their experiences in the DTx innovation journey, as well as the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead of the sector. 

Date: 7 July 2022

Time: 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm

Venue: [email protected], 11 Slim Barracks Rise, Singapore 138664, Function Hall 3

AGENDA

Time Programme
1320 - 1400

Pre-Event Registration

1400 - 1410

Opening Remarks
Dr Daniel Fung Shuen Sheng, Chief Executive Officer, Institute of Mental Health

1415 - 1425

Optimising Digital Therapeutics with CURATE.AI: Bridging Ideation with Validation
Prof Dean Ho, Head, Department of Biomedical Engineering, National University of Singapore (NUS); Director, The N.1 Institute for Health (N.1); Provost's Chair Professor (Director, The Institute for Digital Medicine (WisDM))

1425 - 1440

Digital Health Use Cases and Future Trends in Healthcare Industries
Siow Ai Li, Managing Director, Siemens Healthineers

1440 - 1455

Early Insights from the Integration of a Digital Psychotherapy Support Tool into the Patients' Journeys of a Major Mental Health Hospital
Dr Bechara Saab, CEO & Chief Scientist, Mobio Interactive

1455 - 1510

Digital Therapeutics in Mental Health: Perspectives from a Clinician
Dr Jimmy Lee, Psychiatrist, Senior Consultant & Chief, Institute of Mental Health; Associate Professor, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

1510 - 1540

Panel Discussion

1540 - 1700

Networking