Dr. Fazilah is presently the Senior Deputy Director of Planning Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia since September 2017. Her responsibilities cover planning of Health Policies, Facility and eHealth. Prior to this, she has had various roles including Director of Telehealth Division and Deputy Director of Selayang Hospital.
She has been with the Ministry of Health for over 25 years, mainly in planning, project management and implementation of Hospital Information Systems. Since 2010, she has been leading digital strategy for the national health system transformation agenda and is extensively involved in digital health & innovation strategies in both public and private sector. In her current capacity, her role covers eHealth collaborations domestically, regionally and globally and has been engaged by WHO for eHealth expert consultations and eHealth missions. Dr. Fazilah holds an M.D. from the National University of Malaysia (1991) and an MBA from the University of Toledo, Ohio (1996). She is professionally certified in enterprise architecture (TOGAF 9.0) and in governance & management of enterprise IT (COBIT 5.0).
Healthcare..in the era of disruption
Tuesday, November 26 | 9.15am – 10.00am
Technology is disrupting conventional knowledge, practices and business models of many sectors including healthcare. The dawn of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the advances in telecommunication are presenting multiple strategies and challenges ahead which includes policy and regulation, clinical evidence, safety and quality, medical ethics and clinical practice.
The shaking up of the traditional healthcare market could be both exciting and terrifying. Services/technologies such as online platform, mHealth, internet of things (IoT), wearable devices, machine learning, big data and artificial intelligence (AI) allow more efficient and effective healthcare service delivery. However, these disruptions are also creating new opportunities to solve some of the biggest health-related challenges facing the world today.
This presentation will highlight digital transformation and revolution in health including efforts to review and develop regulatory strategies and policies to foster digital health technologies, advocate translational research, spur innovations and boost the digital economy while at the same time, building an enabling ecosystem in Malaysia.