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As part of our webinar series “Actuaries in Wider Fields”, we invite you to a panel discussion with actuaries in Singapore working with the Ministry of Health and the public health care clusters at the crux of public health care issues.
Director, Population Health Group
Tan Tock Seng Hospital & Central Health
Charlene spent 15 years in the Life & Health Insurance/Reinsurance field in various roles across pricing, valuation and data science. She decided to dive deeper into the healthcare sector with her move to Tan Tock Seng Hospital, where she now strives towards building a patient-centred, integrated healthcare system for the residents in Central Singapore, supported by a sustainable, value-driven financing model and robust digital enablers. Charlene is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries (FIA) and a Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary (CERA), and is currently pursuing a Master of Public Health (MPH) with Imperial College London.
Deputy Director, Group Accountable Care
National Healthcare Group
Alex is an actuary with over 20 years of experience. He has held various actuarial, risk and finance roles in different life and composite insurers. After taking a year of sabbatical to pursue his Masters degree, Alex has been searching for roles where he can apply experience to do good for the society. That’s how he landed in a role in healthcare.
Kwok Kei Cheung
Ministry of Health
Kwok Kei is a qualified actuary with 20 years of experience in life insurance. In his current role with the Ministry of Health (MOH), he helps to ensure sustainability of the insurance schemes under the MOH, focusing on the actuarial aspects such as pricing, capital management and analytics.
SAS Health Committee Chair (2019-2021)
Kay Shong (FSA,CERA,FSAS) is Actuarial Director in Coherent, where she is responsible for delivering Coherent technology solutions and advisory services to insurance companies in Asia. With about 15 years of industry experience, her areas of expertise include business development, product development, pricing and financial reporting. Kay is SAS Council Member and Board member at the International Actuarial Association Health Section (IAAHS). She also served as SAS Health Committee Chair during 2019-2021
National University Health System
They will share with you case studies and a glimpse into their work, giving you a flavour of the continuing evolution of Singapore’s health financing system, and how actuarial skillsets are being applied to add value.
- Zoom dial-in link will be shared 1 day before the session.
- Fees: Complimentary for both SAS members and non-members.