Dr. Oommen John to speak at the Learning Healthcare Systems Conference at Taipei
Taipei Medical University, Taipei, Republic of China
With Increasing life expectancy, the health systems around the world are under strain, and particularly in Asia Pacific. The sustainability of the current models of care delivery are being reviewed by several national governments.
To efficiently cope with these upcoming challenges, Taipei Medical University with its special interest and expertise in development and application of medical data is proposing to establish the Asia Pacific Learning Health Systems Consortium and is hosting the '1st Asia Pacific Conference on Learning Health Systems' at Taipei.
Dr. Oommen John , Senior Research Fellow at The George Institute for Global Health has been invited as a guest speaker at Conference and would be delivering a talk on 'Technological innovations for designing clinical registries and implementation of learning health systems in resource limited settings'.
He says, “It is truly an honor to be part of this exciting conference and a rare opportunity to be invited to collaborate on a cutting edge theme in data science and informatics. Being part of this consortium offers immense opportunities for partnership with the leaders in the field of Learning Health Systems”.