ACE Value-Based Healthcare Conference 2024

Centred around the theme, "Transforming Healthcare for a Sustainable Future", the ACE Value-Based Healthcare Conference 2024 will focus on recognising the increasing significance of driving Appropriate and Value-Based Care in Singapore's healthcare sector, emphasising the need for widespread adoption of this culture and mindset to unleash its transformational benefits.

Join us and participate in discussions and gain insights into advancements in healthcare, challenges and exploration of strategies to improve health outcomes that aim to shape the trajectory of healthcare delivery in our nation.

Pre-Conference Workshop: Best practices for development of clinical guidelines

The Agency for Care Effectiveness is pleased to host a half-day pre-conference workshop by Professor Zachary Munn (Director of Health Evidence Synthesis, Recommendations and Impact (HESRI) at the University of Adelaide School of Public Health, Founding Director of the JBI Adelaide GRADE Centre, past-Chair of the Guidelines International Network (GIN)). The workshop will discuss best practices for clinical guideline development, focusing on key factors for supporting the evidence-to-recommendations process. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from a world-renowned leader in evidence-informed decision making – book your spot now!

Breakout Session 2: Co-creating Meaningful Patient Engagement in Healthcare

Interested attendees will need to be registered for the main conference to be eligible to attend Breakout Session 2.

This breakout session aims to encourage patient engagement in healthcare decision-making in Singapore. Hear from a diverse group of local and international patient leaders as they share their contributions as partners in healthcare, and their journey from being a patient or carer to an active patient advocate.

*Kindly note that registration for the pre-conference and main conference is on a first come first serve basis. Due to limited capacity, registrations will not be accepted if the maximum conference capacity is reached.