Improving Hospitalisation Risk Prediction Among Kidney Patients

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Come join AI Singapore (AISG) and RenalTeam at this talk where we will share about how the development of a medical AI model helps to equip medical staff with knowledge to provide early intervention in kidney dialysis patients at risk of hospitalisation. Every patient generates vast amounts of medical data and we will also look at how this data can be can be used for modelling a predictor to guide the decisions of medical professionals.
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DATE: 21 November, 2019 (Thursday)
TIME: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
VENUE: Seminar Room, Level 1, innovation 4.0, 3 Research Link, Singapore[masked]
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PROGRAMME

7.00pm The Background by Chan Wai Chuen, Group Managing Director, RenalTeam

7:20pm Technical Scoping and Solution by Lim Tern Poh, Senior AI Engineer, AI Industry Innovation, AI Singapore

7:40 pm Q&A

8:00 pm End of Session
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SPEAKERS BIO

Chan Wai Chuen, Group Managing Director, RenalTeam

Mr Chan Wai Chuen is the Founder of RenalTeam and provides leadership and strategic direction to it. He founded the company in 2012 to meet the increasing demand for quality haemodialysis treatments from a growing population of ESRD patients in the region. His experience in the healthcare sector began when he co-founded RadLink-Asia Pte Ltd, Singapore’s largest outpatient diagnostic imaging, nuclear medicine and radiopharmaceutical group in 2000. He served as RadLink’s Managing Director from 2004 to 2012. He was a fund manager with Schroders Investment Management.
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Lim Tern Poh, Senior AI Engineer, AI Industry Innovation, AI Singapore

Mr Lim Tern Poh is a Senior AI Engineer at AI Singapore. He acts as a consultant to help companies across industries scope AI projects, identify appropriate data architecture and implement minimum viable models.