This webinar series will introduce a report about the market and trends for digitally enabled wellbeing solutions in three target countries: Singapore, the United Kingdom and United States.
Below you can find information about the country-specific reports as well as registration for the sessions. The United Kingdom webinar will be held on October 17th. Please visit the event page for more information about the UK report and registration.
Thursday 28.9. at 09:00–10:00 (Finnish time)
Nowadays consumers in Singapore are very tech-savvy and data-driven. Aided by digitalization, people of Singapore are adopting a more proactive approach to wellbeing whereby digital technology can now be used to empower and motivate individuals to take greater ownership of their health. Interest is growing for technologies that can track personal health data or other noteworthy health information.
Consumer digital health is enjoying rapid growth and will expand further as new wellness technologies continue emerging. With the Ministry of Health’s various ambitious programmes and initiatives, the medical profession has embraced digitalization as a means for innovation and productivity in healthcare delivery. Some doctors are discovering cutting edge technology based on digitalization, big data and AI while on a fellowship or even overseas training. This webinar will introduce the Digitally Supported Wellbeing report about Singapore. Time will also be reserved for your questions.
This webinar will introduce the Digitally Supported Wellbeing report about Singapore. Time will also be reserved for your questions.
Thursday 28.9. at 15:30–16:30 (Finnish time)
Digital health and well-being solutions will be of critical importance in talent retention in the future. Employers increasingly rely on wellness programs that are recommended through word of mouth and have a reputation for achieving good results and high employee receptivity. Addressing wellness, not just health, is also a key step taken to save money. Companies are quickly adopting new technology to achieve these goals and successful operators must keep up with the latest trends in software and technology to make wellness programs more convenient and accessible. Some critical features include e.g. online engagement and energizing workers.
This webinar will introduce the Digitally Supported Wellbeing report about the United States. Time will also be reserved for your questions.