Dato’ Chevy Beh is a contributor to Forbes.com. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a double major in Economics and East Asian Studies. Was awarded the “Most Promising Entrepreneurship Award” at the 2012 Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards (APEA), Top Nominee for the “Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year” for two consecutive years 2013 & 2014, and “Great Entrepreneur” Brand Icon Leadership Award 2015 by Brand Laureate. In 2016, he is nominated for MIT Technology Review, Innovators Under 35 Asia. He’s very passionate about Polo and was the first in Asia ever awarded the National Inter-Collegiate American All Star in 2007. Beh is a frequent speaker at healthcare, technology and leadership conferences, domestic as well as international.



Connecting patients to healthcare providers: The Bookdoc experience

Wednesday, November 27  | 10.15am – 10.45am
Auditorium 2

It is increasingly difficult to find adequate healthcare in our digitalised world due to the inefficiencies and information asymmetries in healthcare. Bookdoc aims to connect its users to health services in a complete, integrated and hassle-free way through its search & book function. Healthcare providers can list their practices on Bookdoc to help attract new patients as well as smoothen the appointment process. Hospitals can use BookDoc’s highly scalable platform to gather analytics, track human capital. In addition, Bookdoc aims to encourage its users to live actively by rewarding active living through our reward partners.